Alabama Power of Attorney Forms

In cases where a person is unavailable to handle certain transactions by themselves, an Alabama power of attorney is a document that allows them to transfer power and authority to another person who will carry out these transactions (be it financial or medical) on their behalf. This person serves as an agent. To make this document legal, it must be signed in the presence of two witnesses or a notary public. 

Alabama power of attorney template

Alabama Power of Attorney Forms

Types Of Alabama Power of Attorney 

  1. Advance Health Care Directive Form – This form is filled to transfer powers to a health care agent who would be making health-related decisions for you when you are incapacitated and unable to do so by yourself. It is required under § 22-8A-4 that you imprint your signature on this form in the presence of two (2) witnesses or legal personnel. 

  2. Durable (Statutory) Power of Attorney Form – This form is used primarily to select an individual who would represent you or your business in financial dealings. Under § 26-1A-105), you (the principal) are required to sign this form before authorized legal personnel. When you become incapacitated, this form use of this form remains effective. 

  3. General Financial Power of Attorney Form – This serves the same purpose as the Statutory power of attorney, however, its use does not remain effective when the principal (i.e. the person transferring the power) is incapacitated or incompetent. 

  4. Limited Financial Power of Attorney Form – In this case, the principal clearly states specific/fixed decisions the selected agent would be able to make on his/her behalf. The agent's decision-making power is restricted to only these defined financial areas. 

  5. Minor/Child Power of Attorney Form – In this case, the principal is usually a parent, and the selected agent would be required to take charge of the principal's children for up to one year. To make this form valid, it is to be signed in the presence of a notary public.

  6. Real Estate Power of Attorney Form – To assign a person to manage your tangible properties concerning land and houses, you will be required to fill a real estate power of attorney. It is required that this form be signed in the presence of a notary public (See § 26-1A-105)

  7. Power of Attorney Revocation Form  – To cancel or terminate an existing power of attorney will require the revocation form.

Vehicle Power of Attorney (MVT 5-13) – When a person newly buys a vehicle, he/she is required to register the vehicle with the state; he/she may fill this form if they would like that the vehicle is registered on their behalf by someone else. The selected person would carry out all the vehicle registration processes, including titling.

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