Minnesota Power of Attorney Forms
The Minnesota Power of Attorney Forms are a group of legal agreements that let one person (known as the Principal) give another person (known as the Attorney-in-Fact or Agent) the power to act on their behalf. These powers are usually financial in nature, although depending on the agreement being signed they could cover childcare or even medical treatments.
Minnesota Durable Power of Attorney Form
The Minnesota Durable Power of Attorney Form is used to ensure the Attorney-in-Fact maintains their power to act on behalf of the Principal, even if the Principal is declared incapable of making their own decisions. These agreements are usually Springing…Read more ›
Minnesota General Power of Attorney Form
The Minnesota General Power of Attorney Form is used to give the Agent broad power to act on behalf of the Principal in financial matters. This includes managing bank accounts, overseeing investments, purchasing property and paying bills. Despite giving the…Read more ›
Minnesota Medical Power of Attorney Form
The Minnesota Medical Power of Attorney Form is a special kind of Limited Power of Attorney agreement used to give the Agent the power to make decisions for the Principal with regards to their medical care. Medical Power of Attorney…Read more ›
Minnesota Limited Power of Attorney Form
The Minnesota Limited Power of Attorney Form is, as the name implies, used to give the Agent a specific limited power to manage a single aspect of the Principal’s finances or to perform an action for the Principal. This agreement…Read more ›
The following forms are the most common types of Power of Attorney forms. While these forms are all extremely broad, they are also extremely versatile and by altering and adding to the language, they can meet almost all of a Principal’s needs. There are occasionally more specialized forms, such as agreements that cover filing taxes or childcare, but those may require a lawyer.
Minnesota Power of Attorney Law
- Minnesota Statutes, Chapter 523