North Carolina Power of Attorney Forms

The North Carolina Power of Attorney Forms are a set of agreements that give one person (known as the Attorney-in-Fact or Agent) the legal authority to make decisions in the place of another person (usually known as the Principal, although other names can occasionally be used). These agreements are usually classified by what powers they give the Agent and what circumstances they remain active.

Form Description Types

North Carolina Durable Power of Attorney Form

The North Carolina Durable Power of Attorney Form is drafted when the Principal wants their Agent to maintain their authority over the Principal’s finances even if the Principal has been diagnosed incapable of making their own decisions by a doctor.…Read more ›

North Carolina General Power of Attorney Form

The North Carolina General Power of Attorney Form is drafted when the Principal wants their Agent to have extensive power over the Principal’s financial affairs. This includes buying and selling large scale property such as automobiles or real estate, depositing…Read more ›

North Carolina Medical Power of Attorney Form

The North Carolina Medical Power of Attorney Form is drafted when the Principal needs an Agent to manage their health care or medical treatments. These agreements are always Durable, as they will only truly come into play when the Principal…Read more ›

North Carolina Limited Power of Attorney Form

The North Carolina Limited Power of Attorney Form is drafted when the Principal wants to give their Agent extremely limited authority . Rather than the blanket power granted by the General Agreement, this gives the Agent a specific, fixed power.…Read more ›

While there are a wide variety of Power of Attorney agreements, some of them extremely specialized, the following forms are the most common examples. These forms can usually be adapted to meet almost all of a Principal’s needs. The Principal should read through these agreements carefully, to ensure they are drafting the kind of agreement they want.

North Carolina Power of Attorney Law

  • North Carolina General Statute, Chapter 32A