Connecticut Power of Attorney Forms
The Connecticut Power of Attorney Forms are legal agreements by which one party (known as the Principal) gives another party (known as the Attorney-in-Fact) the ability to make certain decisions on their behalf. These can range from giving the Attorney-in-Fact power to sell or buy a specific piece of property to giving them control over the Principal’s medical care.
What kind of Power of Attorney form is required depends on the Principal’s needs and how durable they wish the agreement to be. The following are some of the most common and customizable examples of Power of Attorney Agreements, although there are others that may be more specified to the Principal’s needs.
Connecticut Durable Power of Attorney Form
The Connecticut Durable Power of Attorney Form is an agreement that not only gives the Attorney-in-Fact the ability to make decisions on behalf of the Principal, but also continues working after the Principal is incapacitated. This kind of agreement can…Read more ›
Connecticut General Power of Attorney Form
The Connecticut General Power of Attorney Form is used when the Principal wishes to grant the Attorney-in-Fact broad and non-specific power over the Principal’s affairs. A General Power of Attorney form can cover financial matters, such as depositing and withdrawing…Read more ›
Connecticut Medical (Health Care) Power of Attorney Form
The Connecticut Medical Power of Attorney Form is the only Power of Attorney form that can give the Attorney-in-Fact the power to make decisions about the Principal’s medical procedures and health care. This is primarily used when the Principal is…Read more ›
Connecticut Limited Power of Attorney Form
The Connecticut Limited Power of Attorney Form is a form that the Principal will use if they wish to authorize the Attorney-in-Fact to perform a specific action or manage a specific aspect of the Principal’s life. This is usually to…Read more ›
Connecticut Power of Attorney Law
- Connecticut General Statutes, Volume 1, Title 1, Chapter 7