An Arkansas power of attorney is a form drawn up for those cases when you cannot make financial or other important decisions on your own, and you appoint an agent for this. For instance, you might want to complete a certain POA form to get an attorney to act for your kids in cases when you cannot support them.
To use the power of attorney forms for different needs, you can download them below. Each form is carefully reviewed by qualified attorneys and can be used in Arkansas. The State of Arkansas requires some official forms that you can also fill out: Power of Attorney for vehicle transactions, State of Arkansas Department of Finance and Administration Power of Attorney for taxes and finance, Appointment of Health Care Agent.
Build Your Document
Answer a few simple questions to make your document in minutes
Save and Print
Save progress and finish on any device, download and print anytime
Sign and Use
Your valid, lawyer-approved document is ready
Durable power of attorney is an Arkansas POA that you can use to appoint an agent who can handle financial matters on your behalf. This form will be used even if you become disabled due to illness.
|Also Known As||Arkansas DPOA|
Medical power of attorney is created by an Arkansas resident to appoint an agent to make important medical decisions in cases when you cannot communicate with doctors yourself and may also contain your decisions in the event of hospitalization.
|Also Known As||Health Care POA or MPOA|
|Signing Requirements||Notary or Two Witnesses|
|Download||PDF Template | Appointment of Health Care Agent|
General power of attorney is needed to appoint your relative or someone you trust as your representative in various financial matters. The significant difference between this form and Durable POA is that the General POA will not be of effect if you become incapable of decision making.
|Also Known As||Generic Financial POA|
Limited power of attorney is needed to create a POA suitable for your specific needs. The designated agent will be able to act on your limited list of issues.
|Also Known As||Special POA|
Child power of attorney is completed by parents if they plan to leave the child for a significant period but can also be used to appoint a short-term guardian in the event of the death of the parents. The agent will be able to make decisions regarding the child’s health and education.
|Also Known As||Minor POA|
|Signing Requirements||Notary is recommended|
Real estate power of attorney is created so that your agent can handle real estate issues on your behalf. This may include renting, selling, refinancing, and other activities.
|Also Known As||Limited Real Estate POA|
State tax power of attorney is the form that you will use if you want your agent, for instance, an accountant, to fill in all the documents related to taxes and communicate with the Department of Revenue for you.
|Also Known As||Department of Finance and Administration POA|
|Download||State of Arkansas Department of Finance and Administration POA (DOC)|
Vehicle power of attorney or POA for vehicle transactions can be filled in to appoint an agent to make decisions regarding your car or other motor vehicles. The agent will be able to register the car, obtain a title, or perform other operations concerned.
|Also Known As||DMV POA|
|Download||PDF Template | POA for Vehicle Transactions|
Revocation power of attorney must be completed if you wish to revoke any issued POA, thereby removing the agent from their duties. You should also send a copy of this form to anyone who may be involved in the process.
|Also Known As||POA Termination Form|