Iowa Limited Power of Attorney Form

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The Iowa Limited Power of Attorney Form gives the Attorney-in-Fact the power to make decisions on behalf of the Principal in one specific area. It may even restrict the Attorney-in-Fact to making a single decision or performing specific action, such as buying or selling a car, or filing taxes on behalf of the Principal.

Regardless of the action or decision specified within the agreement this kind of form is rarely Springing and will thus go into effect immediately upon being signed, rather than when the Principal is incapacitated. The Principal may wish to include further limitations on the agreement, such as causing the agreement to become void once the action the Attorney-in-Fact has been charged with has been completed, which can be easily written into this form.