Free Georgia Power of Attorney Forms in Fillable PDF | 9 Types
Georgia Power of Attorney, as described in Article 1, ss. 709.2101-709.2402, will allow a person also known as the Principal, to appoint someone of their choosing to be known as the Agent/Attorney In Fact, to assist in the management of their financial and/or medical decisions and to make such decisions in the best interest and needs of the Principal. Although the needs are generally medical or financial, other needs could be care of minor children, vehicle transactions, taxpayer representation or any other limited or springing possibilities.
State Definition – Aticle 1, Section 102 (3) “Means a writing or other record that grants authority to an agent to act in the place of the principal, whether or not the term power of attorney is used”.
The Georgia durable financial power of attorney form is a document that allows a Principal to name one or more persons (Attorney(s) In Fact/Agent(s) to assist in the handling of the Principal’s financial affairs when the Principal either temporarily or permanently is unable to work with their financials on their own. Depending upon the individual choices of […]
The Georgia general financial power of attorney form is a legal document which would allow an Attorney In Fact/Agent to make business transactions for you (the Principal). This would include duties such as buying and selling assets on your behalf, incurring any debt,writing checks, paying bills and more. You, as the Principal may give your agent as […]
The Georgia limited (springing) financial power of attorney form is a legal document that will allow a Principal the right to transfer limited financial powers to someone they trust and select to be their Attorney In Fact/Agent. With this document, limited financial powers are considered to be “any specific financial act legal under law.” The […]
The Georgia medical power of attorney form is a legal document which allows you (the Principal) to authorize another person (an Attorney In Fact or Agent) to act on your behalf in matters that relate to your personal care, any medical treatment, hospitalization or health care. These powers include an authorization to require, withhold, or withdraw any […]
The Georgia minor child power of attorney form is a legal document that will provide powers to a designated biological Grandparent or Step-Grandparent to care for the minor child(ren) of a parent or parents while the parent(s) are absent due to travel, illness, death or hardship. The Agent Grandparent may exercise all of the same duties […]
The Georgia real estate only power of attorney form is a document that is used by the Principal owner of real property so that, in the event of illness or absence, they may designate an Agent to handle the care and business transactions that may be necessary. An Agent may be an individual or a trusted business […]
The Georgia revocation power of attorney form is a document that would be used by a Principal to revoke a power of attorney that had been constructed at an earlier date and is now ready for revocation. The Principal must complete the document, completing all fields and have the document delivered, one copy to the agent and […]
The Georgia tax power of attorney form is a legal document which would allow a Principal to allow another person, persons or firm to prepare a tax filing with the Georgia Department of Revenue. Generally this form will be attached to your tax filing when your CPA, accountant, attorney, or any other person will be filing […]
The Georgia vehicle power of attorney form is a legal document that is also known as form ‘T-8″ This document will allow a Principal to appoint an Attorney In Fact or Agent, to handle any type of registration or representation of a vehicle on behalf of the Principal. The details of the vehicle including the vehicle identification […]