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 for the Principal will be specified in the form itself. These can include making decisions about the Principal’s finances, their living arrangements or the sale or rent of property, either personal or real estate. Often times it will be for a specific action within these actions, such as filing taxes or authorizing contracts.
Like the General Power of Attorney form, this will terminate if the Principal dies or is rendered incapacitated. Note that, regardless of the terms of this agreement, it cannot be used to give the Attorney-in-Fact power to make decisions about the Principal’s medical care. That can only be done through the Medical Power of Attorney Form.