Hawaii Power of Attorney Forms

The Hawaii Power of Attorney Forms are legal agreements that allow one person, known as the Principal, to give another person, known as the Attorney-in-Fact, the power to act on their behalf. These are classified based on whether they continue working after the Principal is incapacitated and based on what actions the Attorney-in-Fact is allowed to make on behalf of the Principal.

As you might assume, there are a wide variety of Power of Attorney Forms, covering everything from allowing the Attorney-in-Fact to make a single decision or perform a specific action for the Principal, to giving the Attorney-in-Fact the power to make decisions about the Principal’s medical care. What kind of form you will need depends on what the Principal’s needs are. The following forms are the most basic examples of their kinds of forms, and can usually be customized to meet any of the Principal’s needs.

Form Description Types

Hawaii Durable Power of Attorney Form

The Hawaii Durable Power of Attorney Form gives the Attorney-in-Fact the power to make decisions on behalf of the Principal, even if the Principal is declared incapable of making their own decisions by a doctor (such as being rendered comatose…Read more ›

Hawaii General Power of Attorney Form

The Hawaii General Power of Attorney Form gives the Attorney-in-Fact the power to make decisions on behalf of the Principal in a wide variety of situations, most (but not all) of them financial. This will usually include the power to…Read more ›

Hawaii Medical Power of Attorney Form

The Hawaii Medical Power of Attorney Form is a unique kind of Limited Power of Attorney Agreement that gives the Attorney-in-Fact the power to make decisions on behalf of the Principal in regards to their health care and medical treatment.…Read more ›

Hawaii Limited Power of Attorney Form

The Hawaii Limited Power of Attorney Form gives the Attorney-in-Fact the power to make a specific decision or set of decisions on behalf of the Principal, rather than giving them blanket power to act in their place. What decision this…Read more ›

Hawaii Power of Attorney Law

All laws are applicable to Hawaii Statutes, Division 3, Title 30.