Michigan Power of Attorney Forms

The Michigan Power of Attorney Forms are a set of legal documents that are used to let one person, known as the Attorney-in-Fact act on behalf of or in place of, another person, known as the Principal.  These agreements are usually classified by what powers the give the Attorney-in-Fact, when they take effect and how long they last.

Form Description Types

Michigan Durable Power of Attorney Form

The Michigan Durable Power of Form is an agreement used when the Principal wishes their Attorney-in-Fact to retain their powers even after the Principal has been incapacitated. This type of agreement is usually Springing, and will thus only take effect…Read more ›

Michigan General Power of Attorney Form

The Michigan General Power of Attorney Form is an agreement that gives the Attorney-in-Fact broad powers to manage the Principal’s financial affairs. These agreements are rarely Springing and thus will usually go into effect immediately upon being signed. If the…Read more ›

Michigan Medical Power of Attorney Form

A Michigan Medical Power of Attorney Form is an agreement that gives the Attorney-in-Fact the power to make decisions about the Principal’s medical care. These agreements tend to be governed differently from all other Power of Attorney Agreements, and this…Read more ›

Michigan Limited Power of Attorney Form

A Michigan Limited Power of Attorney Form is an extremely restricted Power of Attorney agreement that gives the Attorney-in-Fact the power to make a single decision or perform a specific action on behalf of the Principal. This kind of agreement…Read more ›

The main terms used when classifying a Power of Attorney agreement are Springing (indicating that the agreement only goes into effect after the Principal has been incapacitated) and Durable (indicating the agreement will continue working after the Principal has been incapacitated). What kind of agreement the Principal needs will depend on what they want to accomplish with the agreement. In general, the following agreements can usually be adapted to meet almost all of a Principal’s needs.

Michigan Power of Attorney Law

  •  Michigan Uniform Power of Attorney Act