Kansas Power of Attorney Forms

The Kansas Power of Attorney Forms are legal agreements designed to give one person (known as the Attorney-in-Fact) the power to act on behalf of or in place of another person (known as the Principal). These forms are classified by how long they last and what decisions they give the Attorney-in-Fact the power to make.

Form Description Types

Kansas Durable Power of Attorney Form

A Kansas Durable Power of Attorney Form is used to give the Attorney-in-Fact the power to act on behalf the Principal, even if the Principal is declared incapacitated by a doctor. There are many reasons a Principal would be considered…Read more ›

Kansas Standard Power of Attorney Form

The Kansas Standard Power of Attorney Form is used to give the Attorney-in-Fact broad power over the Principal’s financial affairs. Generally this will include management of the Principal’s bank accounts, overseeing the Principal’s investments, buying or renting property and automobiles…Read more ›

Kansas Medical Power of Attorney Form

The Kansas Medical Power of Attorney Form is used when the Principal needs someone to make decisions about their health care or medical treatments. Under this kind of agreement, the Attorney-in-Fact is often known as the Health Care Proxy. These…Read more ›

Kansas Limited Power of Attorney Form

The Kansas Limited Power of Attorney Form is used to grant a single, specific power to the Attorney-in-Fact, rather than blanket power like in the General Power of Attorney. This will usually be to manage a specific aspect of the…Read more ›

While there are a wide variety of Power of Attorney Forms, the following forms are the most basic and simple examples of Power of Attorney Forms in each category. Although there are more specialized examples, most of these forms can be adapted to meet the Principal’s needs. The Principal should be exceptionally aware of what powers they are handing over to the Attorney-in-Fact and under what circumstances the agreement will become and remain active.

Kansas Power of Attorney Law

  • Kansas Statutes, Chapter 58, Article 6