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The Iowa general power of attorney form allows residents to elect an individual to represent their financial interests. The representative may take any type of decision as long as it is in the best interest of the principal. Under this contract, the attorney-in-fact can execute legal instruments on the principal’s behalf, view their confidential financial information, and manage their finances. Unlike the durable power of…

The Maine durable power of attorney form allows individuals to appoint a representative to deal with any and all of their financial matters in the event of their incapacitation. The agent must be capable of running or closing any businesses the principal owns, in addition to managing their investments. Durable powers of attorney either become active in the instance of the principal’s incapacitation or from…

The Maine general power of attorney form is a contract that appoints an individual (attorney-in-fact) to handle any and all monetary decisions on the principal’s behalf. All actions must be made to the principal’s benefit and the attorney-in-fact may not be compensated unless the principal has agreed to do so. The form becomes invalid if the principal becomes incapacitated (incapable of making their own decisions)….

A Colorado durable power of attorney form can be used to assign a trustworthy adult the power to manage the finances of the executor of the document. This serves a number of functions, one of which is enabling the principal’s family and friends to avoid the process of petitioning the courts to gain control over the individual’s finances should they become incapacitated. It should be noted…

The Texas general power of attorney form grants broad powers to an individual selected to handle business affairs, representation, and all real personal and property actions on another’s behalf. The form grants the exact same powers to the agent as the Durable form except that this document does not remain in effect if the principal should become incapacitated and unable to think for themselves. For…