Arkansas Power of Attorney Forms
The Arkansas Power of Attorney Forms are a set of legal agreements by which one person gives another person or persons authority to act on their behalf or make decisions in their stead. In this sort of agreement, the person transferring authority is known as the Principal, and the person or persons they are transferring authority to is known as the Attorney-in-Fact.
There are a variety of different Power of Attorney Forms. Which kind you will need will depend on what the Principal wants the Attorney-in-Fact to have power over, how long the Principal wants it to last and whether the Principal wants the Attorney-in-Fact to retain that power if the Principal dies or is incapacitated. The following are some of the more common examples of Power of Attorney forms, which can be customized to suit each Principal’s individual needs.
Arkansas Durable Power of Attorney Form
An Arkansas Durable Power of Attorney Form is an extremely heavy-duty example of a Power of Attorney form. In this kind of agreement, the Attorney-in-Fact retains their Power of Attorney even if the Principal is incapacitated or dies. Although this…Read more ›
Arkansas General Power of Attorney Form
An Arkansas General Power of Attorney Form is used when the Principal wishes to give the Attorney-in-Fact control over a variety of different decisions. This type of form will give the Attorney-in-Fact the ability to act on the Principal’s behalf…Read more ›
Arkansas Medical Power of Attorney Form
An Arkansas Medical Power of Attorney Form is a legal agreement that grants the Attorney-in-Fact power to act on the Principal’s behalf in matters of health care. In many cases this will also empower the Attorney-in-Fact to arrange for the…Read more ›
Arkansas Limited (Special) Power of Attorney Form
An Arkansas Limited Power of Attorney Form is used for when the Principal wishes to give the Attorney-in-Fact power over a specific set of decisions, rather than over all of the responsibilities laid out in the General Power of Attorney…Read more ›
Arkansas Power of Attorney Law
Arkansas Code Annotated, Title 28, Subtitle 5