Free Hawaii Power of Attorney Forms

A Hawaii power of attorney is a legal document that allows an individual to delegate certain powers to their attorney (agent). Various forms of POAs can be used for financial, medical, tax, and other matters. This is especially useful when planning long absences and travel or in case of contingencies.

We have compiled various POA forms, which you can easily download below and use. The State of Hawaii has several official forms that can also be applied: Statutory form, Advance Health Care Directive Form, Form DMVL-596 for vehicles, and Form N-848 for taxes.

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Hawaii POA Templates by Type

Durable power of attorney is good insurance to manage your financial issues in the event of your disability. You appoint an agent who can handle your financial affairs even if you are not capable of making decisions on your own.

Also Known As Hawaii DPOA
Signing Requirements Notary
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Medical power of attorney is a form by which you appoint an agent to make health-care decisions about you. The agent starts their duties if you are unable or unwilling to decide on your healthcare.

Also Known As Health Care POA or MPOA
Signing Requirements Notary and Two Witnesses
Download PDF Template | Advance Health-Care Directive (DOC)

General power of attorney is used to designate an agent for your financial affairs as well as durable POA, but its effect is limited. If you become incapable of making decisions, this form will cease to function.

Also Known As Generic Financial POA
Signing Requirements Notary
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Limited power of attorney is a form for the appointment of your representative to resolve specific matters and may be used in detailed circumstances. It will be valid only for the listed actions and during the period limited by you.

Also Known As Special POA
Signing Requirements Notary
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Child power of attorney is filled by parents who wish to appoint a temporary guardian for their children. This form cannot be valid for more than a year, and concerns the care, custody, or property of the minor.

Also Known As Minor POA
Signing Requirements Notary
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Real estate power of attorney is used by real estate owners in Hawaii to designate someone who can handle variousmatters related to this property. So you can delegate sales, purchase, rent, lease, or refinance questions regarding the property specified in the form.

Also Known As Limited Real Estate POA
Signing Requirements Notary
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State tax power of attorney (Form N-848) is completed by residents of Hawaii if they wish to delegate their agent to fill out their tax forms and represent their interests to the Hawaii Department of Taxation.

Also Known As Form N-848
Signing Requirements Taxpayer and Representative
Download Form N-848 (DOC)

Vehicle power of attorney (DMVL-596) is a legal form for delegating your responsibilities or authority regarding a motor vehicle to your representative. The agent will be able to perform acts related to registration, titling, or any other ones related to the Department of Finance for motor vehicles.

Also Known As Form DMVL-596
Signing Requirements Notary
Download PDF Template | Form DMVL-596 (DOC)

Revocation power of attorney is used if you want to revoke any of your existing POAs. With its help, you remove the agents from their duties. For the revocation POA to be known to everyone, you need to send it not only to the agent but also to third parties.

Also Known As POA Termination Form
Signing Requirements Notarization is Advised
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Published: Oct 1, 2020
Mara Erlach
Mara Erlach
Writer & Attorney
Mara has been practicing estate planning and trust law in California since 2003, taking pride in helping clients of all backgrounds and asset profiles form a complete and customized estate plan. Her specialties are: estate planning, wills and trusts, trust and probate administration.