Arizona Power of Attorney Forms
The Arizona Power of Attorney Form is a legal form that gives one person (known as the Attorney-in-Fact) to represent or act on behalf of another in legal matters (usually known as the Principal, although other names can be used). These are typically used to allow the Attorney-in-Fact to manage the Principal’s finances or medial care, when the Principal is unable to.
There are several different kinds of Power of Attorney forms, differentiated primarily by whether they terminate when their purpose has been served and/or on the Principal’s incapacitation, or whether they continue after the Principal’s death or similar incapacitation. Both the Principle and the Attorney-In-Fact should be exceptionally careful, to ensure they are getting the type of Power of Attorney agreement they want.
Arizona Durable Power of Attorney Form
The Arizona Durable Power of Attorney Form is a form that continues to be effective even if the principal is rendered incapacitated and incapable of making their own decisions (such as if they develop dementia or are rendered comatose). Form…Read more ›
Arizona General Power of Attorney Form
The Arizona General Power of Attorney Form is, as the name implies, the most general example of Power of Attorney Forms. This gives the Attorney-in-Fact the right to act on behalf of the Principal in most, but not all, situations.…Read more ›
Arizona Medical Power of Attorney Form
The Arizona Medical Power of Attorney Form is a variation on the Power of Attorney Forms used specifically to allow the Attorney-in-Fact to make decisions for the Principal in matters of the Principal’s medical care and health. It can also…Read more ›
Arizona Limited Power of Attorney Form
The Arizona Limited Power of Attorney Form is a form used to give the Attorney-in-Fact power over a specific kind of decision for the Principal. Unlike the General Power of Attorney Form, what kind of decisions the Attorney-in-Fact can make…Read more ›
Arizona Power of Attorney Law
- Arizona Revised Statutes, Title 14, Chapter 5, Articles 5, 6 and 7.