New Jersey Power of Attorney Forms

The New Jersey Power of Attorney Forms are a group of a legal documents that allow one person to give another person the legal authority to act on their behalf. In this agreement, the person receiving the authority is known as the Attorney-in-Fact or Agent and the person giving the authority is known as the Principal.

Form Description Types

New Jersey Medical Power of Attorney Form

A New Jersey Medical Power of Attorney Form is designed to give the Attorney-in-Fact the power to make decisions about the Principal’s medical treatments. This kind of agreement is always Durable, and usually Springing. While this is, in essence, a…Read more ›

New Jersey General Power of Attorney Form

A New Jersey General Power of Attorney Form is an agreement that gives the Attorney-in-Fact across the board power to manage the Principal’s financial affairs. This usually includes buying or selling large scale property, overseeing investments and managing bank accounts.…Read more ›

New Jersey Durable Power of Attorney Form

A New Jersey Durable Power of Attorney Form is an agreement that ensures the Attorney-in-Fact will retain their legal authority to act in place of the Principal, even if the Principal is declared incapacitated by a doctor. There are a…Read more ›

New Jersey Limited Power of Attorney Form

A New Jersey Limited Power of Attorney Form is designed to restrict the Attorney-in-Fact’s power, by giving them a single, fixed power. This is usually not a Springing or Durable agreement, as the most commonly granted powers granted by this…Read more ›

There are a wide variety of Power of Attorney agreements, classified based on what kind of powers they give the Attorney-in-Fact and what circumstances they go into and remain in effect. The forms below are the most common Power of Attorney agreements. There are more specialized Power of Attorney forms, but in general these agreements can be adapted to meet almost any of a Principal’s needs.

New Jersey Power of Attorney Law

  • New Jersey Statutes, Title 46:2B-8