Delaware Power of Attorney Forms
The Delaware Power of Attorney Forms are used to allow one person, known as the Attorney-in-Fact to make decisions on behalf of another person, typically known as the Principal although other names can be used. This is generally put in place in case the Principal is unable to make the decisions for themselves, although transferring authority for convenience sake is also possible.
Delaware Durable Power of Attorney Form
A Delaware Durable Power of Attorney Form is used to allow the Attorney-in-Fact to continue to act on behalf of the Principal even if the Principal is somehow incapacitated, such as being declared mentally incompetent to make their own decisions.…Read more ›
Delaware General Power of Attorney Form
A Delaware General Power of Attorney Form is used to give the Attorney-in-Fact power to act on behalf of the Principal in many areas. Generally included in these forms are financial matters, such as paying bills or managing the Principal’s…Read more ›
Delaware Medical (Advance Health Care Directive) POA
A Delaware Medical (Advance Health Care Directive) Power of Attorney Form is an agreement that gives the Attorney-in-Fact power to make decisions about the Principal’s medical treatments and general health care. This is usually what is referred to under Delaware…Read more ›
Delaware Limited Power of Attorney Agreement
A Delaware Limited Power of Attorney Agreement is, as the name implies, a fairly limited Power of Attorney Agreement, that only gives the Attorney-in-Fact the power to make a specific decision on behalf of the Principal. While this can be…Read more ›
Which Power of Attorney form you will require varies depending on what the purpose of the form is and whether it is intended to last after the Principal is incapacitated. The following forms are among the most common Power of Attorney forms, and can usually be customized to meet the Principal’s needs, although more specific leases do exist.
Delaware Power of Attorney Law
- Delaware State Code, Title 12, Chapter 49