Indiana Power of Attorney Forms

The Indiana Power of Attorney Forms are a group of legal documents which give one person (known as the Attorney-in-Fact or Agent) the power to act on behalf of, or in place of, another person (known as the Principal). These are usually classified by what powers they grant the Attorney-in-Fact and whether or not they continue working after the Principal has been incapacitated.

The following forms are the most common examples of Power of Attorney Forms. While more specialized examples exist, these forms can usually be customized to meet any and all of the Principal’s needs. The Principal should still read the Power of Attorney Form carefully to ensure they are handing over the exact powers they want to and with the circumstances and limitations they want.

Form Description Types

Indiana Durable Power of Attorney Form

An Indiana Durable Power of Attorney Form is a legal form designed to give the Attorney-in-Fact the power to act on behalf of the Principal, even if the Principal is rendered incapable of making their own decisions. These types of…Read more ›

Indiana General Power of Attorney Form

An Indiana General Power of Attorney Form is a legal form designed to give the Attorney-in-Fact power over a wide variety of the Principal’s affairs. Most of these powers are related to the Principal’s finances; withdrawing or depositing money into…Read more ›

Indiana Medical Power of Attorney Form

An Indiana Medical Power of Attorney Form is designed to allow the Attorney-in-Fact to make decisions for the Principal in matters of health care and medical treatments, and is the only kind of form that can grant that power. These…Read more ›

Indiana Limited Power of Attorney Form

An Indiana Limited Power of Attorney Form is designed to give the Attorney-in-Fact power to make a single decision or perform a specific action on behalf of the Principal, as opposed to the General Agreement that gives the Attorney-in-Fact the…Read more ›

Indiana Power of Attorney Law

Power of attorney laws are pursuant to Indiana Code, Title 30, Article 5, Chapter 4.