New Hampshire Power of Attorney

Have you been divorced recently, and if so, did you change your New Hampshire powers of attorney. Many states automatically void a power of attorney, if your spouse is your agent, when a divorce occurs. New Hampshire is not one of them so you will need to take care of these as soon as possible. When you first file for divorce is really the best time.


In a New Hampshire power of attorney the person you are granting powers to is called your agent. Your agent can be anyone you choose, including your spouse.


If you are working with a New Hampshire estate planning attorney you are probably familiar with durable powers of attorney. These are used when you are mentally incapacitated and need someone to make medical decisions and take care of your finances.


When you add the word springing to the front of your durable power of attorney you are simply saying that the document will only become effective in the event of an accident or illness causing you to loose your mental capacities. A springing durable financial power of attorney and a springing durable medical power of attorney are important additions to your estate plan.


Non-durable, or normal, powers of attorney are used for many day to day needs. A neighbor can sell a truck for you with a New Hampshire vehicle power of attorney. Children can be cared for with a New Hampshire power of attorney for minor children. Real estate deals can be closed, mail opened and bills paid all with the correct power of attorney.


Legal forms of all types are available at Legal Zoom. While most New Hampshire powers of attorney can be filled out on your own, it is not a bad idea to have an attorney look over your durable ones. When, and if, they are ever needed might be to late to correct any errors that might have been made. Powers of attorney need to be made when you are still in control of your mental capacities.


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