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The South Dakota financial power of attorney form allows a principal to appoint an agent to run their financial affairs immediately and during the term of their incapacitation. The principal can terminate the document at any time while they are mentally capable by authorizing a revocation document. If the principal chooses their spouse as their agent, it should be noted that a divorce doesn’t automatically…

The Tennessee general power of attorney form is used to select a person who can handle financial acts on another’s behalf. This power of attorney is not “durable” and therefore will be void upon the incapacity of the principal. Individuals seeking a document which remains in effect when the principal is incapacitated should use the Durable Power of Attorney form in place of the general…

The New York minor power of attorney form is a document that parents can use to authorize a third party to temporarily have parental rights over their child. This type of arrangement is usually used during a period of a parent’s absence due to work, military deployment, illness, or education. The designated attorney-in-fact will be able to make decisions regarding the child’s education, health care,…

The Ohio tax power of attorney form permits an attorney-in-fact to represent the principal in all (or some) tax-related tasks. The principal can choose to have the attorney-in-fact receive all associated tax paperwork from the Ohio Department of Taxation and also file any necessary paperwork in return. Although it is not mandatory, the principal would be wise to appoint a certified public accountant or tax…

The Utah revocation of power of attorney form is used to cancel any financial or medical power of attorney form in existence within the State. In order for the form to take effect, the principal from the original document must fill in this document and authorize in front of a notary public. From there, he or she should distribute the completed revocation to the previous agent…