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Alabama Power of Attorney Forms

Alabama Power of Attorney is a document that is used for individuals who would like to designate someone else, an “agent”, to handle decisions on their behalf for a durable, general, or limited use. This form is most commonly used by a person who would like to have an agent represent them if they are not…

Alabama Real Estate Power of Attorney Form

Alabama Real Estate Power of Attorney is the paperwork allowing an individual or business entity that has title to real property to be able to use another party, known as the “Agent,” to sell, manage, or refinance it on their behalf. Due to the financial implications of the form, it may be required to have…

Alabama Motor Vehicle Power of Attorney Form | MVT 5-13

Alabama Motor Vehicle Power of Attorney Form (MVT 5-13) document, known as ‘Form MVT 5-13’, is used for appointing a representative to handle title applications (or transfer or lien filings), IFTA transactions, registering and purchasing of license plates, and any other described purpose such as selling the vehicle on a person’s behalf. The form will…

Alabama Tax Power of Attorney | Form 2848A | Dept. of Revenue

Alabama Tax Power of Attorney Form otherwise known as “Form 2848A”, is a document that is used by a person paying taxes to the Department of Revenue and would like to use a tax preparer to conduct the filing on their behalf. This a standard document that will typically be presented to the tax filer…

Alabama Power of Attorney Revocation Form

Alabama Power of Attorney Revocation Form is a document that is used by a principal to cancel a previous power of attorney document. This is done by listing the name(s) of the agent(s), date of the previous document signed, and authorizing this record in front of a notary public. Afterward, it is very important that the…

Alabama Parental (Minor Children) Power of Attorney Form

Alabama Parental (Minor Children) Power of Attorney Form is a document that lets a parent choose someone else to handle the everyday care, responsibility, and decision-making ability for a period of one (1) year. It must be recorded in the office of a probate Judge (See List of Offices). The cost of recording in most…

Alabama Advance Directive | Living Will & Power of Attorney

Alabama Advance Directive (Living Will & Power of Attorney) is a document that combines a living will and a power of attorney form. The living will part allows the individual to place their end-of-life treatment options while also being able to select a health care proxy. That is, a person that is allowed to make…

Alabama Limited Power of Attorney Form

Alabama Limited Power of Attorney Form lets a principal state a clearly defined financially related power that another person may do on their behalf, known as the ‘agent’. The power the principal would like to allow the agent to wield should be written in the blank on the first (1st) page. Afterward, it should be…

Alabama General (Financial) Power of Attorney Form

Alabama General Power of Attorney is a document that gives widespread financial access and decision-making powers to another person, known as the “agent”. Unlike the durable form, it does not remain in effect if the principal becomes incapacitated or not able to mentally make decisions on their own such as under dementia, Alzheimer’s, or any…

Alabama Durable (Financial) Power of Attorney Form

Alabama Durable (Financial) Power of Attorney Form is a statutory document that allows an individual to act in their place for broad or specific financial powers.  The form has the ‘durable’ use that remains in effect even if the principal is no longer able to make decisions for themselves due to mental instability. Therefore the agent selected should be someone…


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