Montana Power of Attorney Forms

The Montana Power of Attorney Forms are a group of documents that allow one person, known as the Principal, to give another person, known as the Agent or Attorney-in-Fact, the power to act on their behalf. These agreements are usually classified as either Springing or Immediate, depending on whether they take effect immediately upon being signed or when the Principal is declared incapable of making their own decisions.

Form Description Types

Montana Limited Power of Attorney Form

A Montana Limited Power of Attorney Agreement is used, as the name suggests, to give the Agent an extremely limited power to make a specific decision on behalf of the Principal. While this can be used when the Principal is…Read more ›

Montana Durable Power of Attorney Form

A Montana Durable Power of Attorney Form is used when the Principal wants their Agent to maintain their powers even after the Principal has been declared incapable of making their own decisions. There are a variety of reasons why a…Read more ›

Montana Medical Power of Attorney Form

A Montana Medical Power of Attorney Form is a special kind of Durable Power of Attorney agreement used to give the Agent the ability to make decisions and act on behalf of the Principal with regards to the Principal’s medical…Read more ›

Montana General Power of Attorney Form

A Montana General Power of Attorney Form is used to give the Agent blanket control over the Principal’s finances. This form is not Durable and is rarely Springing, and thus will go into effect immediately upon being signed and become…Read more ›

What form the Principal will need depends on what powers they wish to give the Agent. The following forms are the most common examples of Power of Attorney forms, that can usually be adapted to meet almost any of the Principal’s needs. More specialized forms do exist, but they tend to be much more limited and specific.

Montana Power of Attorney Law

Montana Code Annotated, Title 72, Chapter 31, Part 3