Puerto Rico Power of Attorney Forms

The Puerto Rico Power of Attorney Forms are a group of documents that give one person the legal authority to act on behalf of or make decisions in place of another person. In this agreement, the person being given the authority is known as the Attorney-in-Fact or Agent, while the person who the Attorney-in-Fact can act on behalf of is known as the Principal.

Form Description Types

Puerto Rico Durable Power of Attorney Form

A Puerto Rico Durable Power of Attorney Form is used when the Principal wants their Attorney-in-Fact to continue to be able to act on their behalf even if the Principal is declared comatose, diagnosed with a mental disorder like dementia,…Read more ›

Puerto Rico General Power of Attorney Form

A Puerto Rico General Power of Attorney Form is used when the Principal wants their Attorney-in-Fact to have nearly universal power over their financial responsibilities. These agreements are rarely Durable and usually go into effect immediately upon being signed, as…Read more ›

Puerto Rico Medical Power of Attorney Form

A Puerto Rico Medical Power of Attorney Form is used when the Principal needs an Attorney-in-Fact who can manage and make decisions about their health care and medical treatments. This is the only agreement that can give the Attorney-in-Fact these…Read more ›

Puerto Rico Limited Power of Attorney Form

A Puerto Rico Limited Power of Attorney Form is used, as the name implies, to limit the Attorney-in-Fact’s power by only giving them a single power, often to perform a specific task. This is generally used by a Principal who…Read more ›

There are a variety of Power of Attorney forms, ranging from the extremely broad to the exceptionally specialized. What kind of form the Principal requires will depend on what powers they want to grant to the Attorney-in-Fact. The following forms are the most common examples of Power of Attorney agreements that should be able to be adapted to meet almost all of the Principal’s needs.

Puerto Rico Power of Attorney Law

  • Uniform Power of Attorney Act