Arizona Power of Attorney

Are you going to have a lawyer create your Arizona power of attorneys or will you be doing them yourself? You should have no problem finding the correct forms at Legal Zoom. They have Arizona medical power of attorney forms as well as Arizona financial power of attorney forms. There are many more types of power of attorneys but these are the two we want in our estate plan.


Your Arizona estate planning attorney would be glad to assist with these documents. They could also assist in creating a supplement document to your medical power of attorney called a "health care declaration". This gives specific instructions to your agent regarding your health care wishes.


More than likely your attorney is going to recommend including two different power of attorneys in your estate planning documents. These would be a durable financial power of attorney and a durable health care power of attorney.


A durable power of attorney stays in effect when you are mentally unable to make decisions for yourself. Chances are good you will never use either of these documents. If the need ever did arise, it would be to late to create one. This is just one of those things that needs taken care of now, while you are healthy and mentally fit.


In some cases a general power of attorney can take the place of a financial document. In order for it to stay in effect if you are mentally incapacitated your general power of attorney needs to be durable. Otherwise it becomes invalid at the moment your doctor determines you do not have the mental capacity to make decisions for yourself. Any power of attorney can be made durable by adding certain words to the document.


A general power of attorney gives your agent the power to make almost any kind of decision on your behalf, and sign any kind of document. These are used a lot by people traveling out of the country for long lengths of time. Another type, commonly used, is the special power of attorney. These can be used for situations regarding minor children, vehicles and real estate. The list of uses for this type of document is a long one. Anytime you need an agent to sign a legal document for you, on your behalf, a special power of attorney can be used.


In Arizona, the person you name to make decisions for you is called an agent. If your agent is your spouse, be sure to change your Arizona power of attorneys in the case of a divorce. Unlike other states, your power of attorneys stays in effect until you change them.


Arizona power of attorneys may be used for hundreds of different reasons. Take the time to include a couple into your estate planning documents.


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