Kansas Power of Attorney Forms


Kansas power of attorney forms are to protect against anyone of us at any time becoming incapacitated through accident, illness, or advanced age. In Kansas, through a simple document called a financial (Durable) power of attorney, you can appoint a trusted individual as your Attorney in Fact to take care of your financial affairs for the length of your incapacitation.
For medical purposes you may create a living will or medical power of attorney document. You can select which types of medical treatments and agent(s) you would or would not want to be considered for you, and you can also specify when and under what circumstances you would agree to any treatment. The major reason for this document is to allow someone to make decisions on your behalf when you cannot do so for mental reasons.
All forms are in accordance with Chapter 58: Personal And Real Property > Article 6: Powers And Letters Of Attorney.



When creating a financial power of attorney form in Kansas, it is important to note the person you choose to be your Attorney-In-Fact does not need to be a lawyer. Most individuals choose their spouse or a close relative. Integrity is paramount in the choice. It would also be helpful if the individual were available locally to deal with your business matters in a hands-on…

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Kansas Power of Attorney Forms

The general power of attorney form, also referred to as the ‘Non-Durable’ version, allows you to select anyone that would like to handle any and all your financial decisions to your best interests. The agent you select has a fiduciary duty and may not compensate themselves and if you should become in a state where you can no longer think for yourself the form becomes…

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Kansas Power of Attorney Forms

The limited power of attorney document is used to assign specific financial task(s) to a willing agent looking to act in the principal’s best interest. The form usually voids upon the completion of the task, at a specific time, or upon the incapacitation of the person being represented. The agent may act in the same manner and be listed for any or all of the…

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Kansas Power of Attorney Forms

Under your Durable Power of Attorney for Health Care, you can choose anyone to be your Agent except your doctor, or anyone else involved professionally in your healthcare, unless he or she is related to you. In Kansas, these exceptions do not apply to certain individuals who are member of the same religious community to which you belong. However, experience shows that most people choose…

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Kansas Power of Attorney Forms

Use this form to cancel an existing power of attorney document in the State. The form must follow the State guidelines which state that all revocation forms must; “A voluntary revocation by a principal of a durable power of attorney for health care decisions does not revoke or terminate the agency as to the agent or other person, who, without actual knowledge of the revocation,…

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Kansas Power of Attorney Forms

Use to allow someone else to file your tax return with the Department of Revenue in Kansas. The agent selected may handle any or all of the following; Receive and inspect my confidential tax information. Sign any agreement, consent, or other document on my behalf. Represent me in tax matters before the department. The principal may also list other powers that the agent is able…

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Kansas Power of Attorney Forms

A principal may use the motor vehicle power of attorney form to assign someone else to handle a Certificate of Title or Registration documents with an Office of the Department of Revenue. All that is needed for use is the owner’s signature (does not need to be witnessed or notarized) and the vehicle information in order for it to be valid for use.

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Kansas Power of Attorney Forms