Florida Power of Attorney Forms

The Florida Power of Attorney Forms are a set of legal agreements that give one person the power to make decisions and act on behalf of another person. In this sort of agreement, the person being given the power is known as the Attorney-in-Fact or Agent and the person who is granting the power is known as the Principal.

There are a variety of different kind of Power of Attorney forms, differentiated based on what kind of decisions they cover and whether they continue working after the Principal is incapacitated. The following are some of the most common examples of Power of Attorney forms in each of their categories, although more unique and specific Power of Attorney forms do exist.

Form Description Types

Florida Durable Power of Attorney Form

The Florida Durable Power of Attorney Form is a Power of Attorney Agreement that allows the Attorney-in-Fact to continue to act on behalf of the Principal, even if the Principal is rendered comatose, diagnosed with dementia or otherwise incapacitated. Oftentimes…Read more ›

Florida General Power of Attorney Form

The Florida General Power of Attorney Form is a Power of Attorney Agreement that gives the Attorney-in-Fact the ability to make a broad variety of decisions on behalf of the Principal. These can include financial decisions, buying and selling of…Read more ›

Florida Medical Power of Attorney Form

The Florida Medical Power of Attorney Form is, as the name implies, an agreement that gives the Attorney-in-Fact the power to make medical and health care decisions on behalf of the Principal. These kind of agreements are typically springing, IE…Read more ›

Florida Limited Power of Attorney Form

The Florida Limited Power of Attorney Form is a Power of Attorney Agreement that gives the Attorney-in-Fact power to make a specific decision or perform a specific action on behalf of the Principal. This is typically to allow the Attorney-in-Fact…Read more ›

Florida Power of Attorney Law

  • Florida Statutes, Title XL, Chapter 709