Missouri Power of Attorney Forms

The Missouri Power of Attorney Forms are a set of agreements used to give one person the legal authority to act on behalf of another person. In this kind of agreement, the party getting the power is known as the Attorney-in-Fact or Agent, while the person giving the power is usually known as the Principal, although other names are occasionally used.

Form Description Types

Missouri Limited Power of Attorney Form

A Missouri Limited Power of Attorney Form is used to give the Attorney-in-Fact extremely fixed powers. This is usually to make a specific decision (such as managing investments) or to perform a specific action (such as filing taxes) on behalf…Read more ›

Missouri General Power of Attorney Form

A Missouri General Power of Attorney Form is used to give the Attorney-in-Fact the broadest possible powers over the Principal’s finances. This includes writing checks, managing investments, depositing or withdrawing money from bank accounts and giving gifts on the Principal’s…Read more ›

Missouri Durable Power of Attorney Form

The Missouri Durable Power of Attorney Form is used to allow the Attorney-in-Fact to maintain their authority even after the Principal has been declared incapacitated by a doctor. These agreements are usually Springing, IE it will only take effect after…Read more ›

Missouri Medical Power of Attorney Form

A Missouri Medical Power of Attorney Form is used to give the Attorney-in-Fact the power to make decisions about the Principal’s health care or medical treatments. These agreements are unique, as Medical Power of Attorney agreements are governed differently from…Read more ›

What powers the Attorney-in-Fact get and what circumstances they become active under depend on what kind of form is being signed, although typically the form will go into effect immediately upon being signed unless the agreement specifies otherwise. While there are a variety of extremely specialized Power of Attorney forms, the following forms should be able to be customized to meet all of a Principal’s needs.

Missouri Power of Attorney Law

  • Missouri Revised Statutes, Chapter 404