Utah Power of Attorney Forms

The Utah Power of Attorney Forms are a set of documents that give one person the legal authority to act on behalf of, sign agreements in place of or make decisions for another person. In this agreement, the person being granted the power is usually known as the Attorney-in-Fact, while the person they are acting on behalf of is known as the Principal.

Form Description Types

Utah Durable Power of Attorney Form

An Utah Durable Power of Attorney Form is used when the Principal wants their Attorney-in-Fact to retain their powers even after the Principal has been declared incapable of making their own decisions. There are a variety of conditions that might…Read more ›

Utah General Power of Attorney Form

An Utah General Power of Attorney Form is used when the Principal wants their Attorney-in-Fact to have the broadest possible power over their financial affairs. While this can be subject to certain state and local laws, this will usually include…Read more ›

Utah Medical Power of Attorney Form

An Utah Medical Power of Attorney Form is used when the Principal needs an Attorney-in-Fact to make decisions about their health care and medical treatments. These agreements are almost always Springing and always Durable, as until the Principal has been…Read more ›

Utah Limited Power of Attorney Form

An Utah Limited Power of Attorney Form is used when the Principal wishes to limit the Attorney-in-Fact’s power by giving them a single power. This is typically used for a Principal who is fully capable of managing the power granted…Read more ›

Power of Attorney agreements are usually regarded as fairly straightforward and do not require a lawyer to help draft. The most important terms for a Principal to know when a drafting one of these agreements are Springing, indicating the agreement goes into effect after the Principal has been incapacitated, or Immediate, indicating it does into effect immediately upon being signed. The Principal should consider all of these agreements carefully, to be sure they are granting the exact powers they want.

Utah Power of Attorney Law

  • Utah Code, Title 75, Chapter 5