If you are searching for Power of Attorney lawyers or forms in Arizona, Ogborne Law can help.
Find lawyers to help with Power of Attorney forms or you can download the PDFs yourself. Learn all about different types of Power of Attorneys in Arizona below.
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General Power of Attorney Arizona
General power of attorney in Arizona gives broad powers to an organization or person (known as an attorney-in-fact or agent) to act on behalf of you. The powers include handling business or financial transactions, settling claims, purchasing life insurance, making gifts, employing professional help, and operating business interests. General Power of attorney can be used if you need someone to handle certain matters while you are out of the country, or if you become mentally or physically incapable of managing your affairs on your own.
Special or Limited Power of Attorney Arizona
Special or limited power of attorney in Arizona gives your agent authority to act on behalf of the principal, but only under specified circumstances. For example, authority can be granted to an agent to withdraw money, run a business, cash checks, or buy and sell a home. However, the special power of attorney becomes powerless if the principal cannot grant such power due to mental or physical illness. But a special or limited power of attorney can be made durable.
Durable Power of Attorney Arizona
A durable power of attorney enables a person or organization to handle your to act on behalf of your if you become physically or mentally incapable but continues to be effective even if you become unable to handle affairs on your own unlike nondurable powers of attorney which will end if the person who made them loses mental capacity.
Medical Power of Attorney Arizona
A medical power of attorney in Arizona is a lawful document that authorizes a surrogate, attorney-in-fact, or agent to make healthcare decisions on behalf of you. The agent, surrogate, or attorney-in-fact only has authority if your doctor determines you are unable to make such decisions.
Lawyer for Power of Attorney in AZ
No matter what type of power of attorney you need, it is wise to consult a power of attorney lawyer before selecting the agent you would like to act on behalf of you. Your power of attorney lawyer can walk you through the steps to get your power of attorney notarized and educate you about what should be included in the document.
How to Get or Obtain Power of Attorney in AZ
According to Maricopa Superior Court, to get Power of Attorney in AZ you must,
- Step 1. Obtain the POA Packet
- Step 2. Take witness, original special power of attorney form and Photo ID to a Notary Public
- Step 3. You and the witness sign the Power of Attorney in front of a Notary
- Step 4. Make copies of the Power of Attorney for documentation
Power of Attorney Requirements in AZ
The requirements to get power of attorney in Arizona, include:
- Be 18 years old
- Be of sound mind
- Make your POA in writing
- POA must be signed in front of a notary public and a witness
- Record the POA at public record
Power of Attorney Forms AZ
EForms has an entire list of Power of Attorney forms for Arizona on its website. Here are the links to the forms:
- Durable Power of Attorney AZ PDF Form
- General Power of Attorney AZ PDF Form
- Healthcare Power of Attorney AZ PDF Form
- Limited Power of Attorney AZ PDF Form
- Minor Children Power of Attorney AZ PDF Form
- Real Estate Power of Attorney AZ PDF Form
- Revocation of Power of Attorney AZ PDF Form
- Tax Power of Attorney AZ PDF Form
- Vehicle Power of Attorney AZ PDF Form
- Financial Power of Attorney AZ PDF Form
How Much Does a Power of Attorney Cost in Arizona?
On average, power of attorney in Arizona costs about $375 with average prices ranging from $250 to $500 to have a lawyer create a power of attorney for you according to PayingForSeniorCare. Some sites allow you to create a POA online for about $35 but you will also have to get it notarized for about $50. However, AgingCare suggests that you should have a lawyer create a POA for you as online documents come with no professional counsel, no legal witnesses, no customization, and no quality insurance. Learn more about power of attorney cost.
Ogborne Law Can Help With Power of Attorney in Phoenix, Arizona
A power of attorney is not about how much money or assets you possess. It’s about risk management; you have something to lose without a POA. Contact Ogborne Law to learn more.
Here at Ogborne Law, we are proud to include power of attorney among our services. Your power of attorney lawyer will work closely with you to draw up all the documents you’ll need to communicate your wishes to the court. We’ll take the time to answer all of your questions and guide you through this important process. Contact Ogborne Law to learn more.