An Iowa power of attorney is a legal document that you will need if you want your official representative to represent you in some specific cases. For instance, you can appoint an agent to handle your real estate or tax issues. This is useful if you are going to leave for a long time or if you just want to delegate these tasks.
We recommend using various POA forms that you can easily download directly from our website. You will also find links to forms that have been prepared by the State of Iowa: Iowa Statutory Power of Attorney Form, Form 411021 for motor vehicles, Form IA-2848 for taxes, Durable power of attorney for health care.
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Durable power of attorney is a form that you can fill out to appoint an agent for your financial affairs. It is noteworthy that this document will be valid even if you become incapacitated. People fill out this POA type to be sure that their trustee can take care of financial matters even when they themselves cannot.
|Also Known As||Iowa DPOA|
Medical power of attorney acts as the document in which you appoint your agent for medical issues. The agent will be able to speak for you if you are unable to communicate with healthcare providers on your own. Be sure to make sure that the designated person is aware of your wishes.
|Also Known As||Health Care POA or MPOA|
|Signing Requirements||Notary or Two Witnesses|
General power of attorney, as well as the DPOA, is needed to appoint an agent for financial matters. But this form is valid only while you are in good health and can make decisions on your own. It is convenient to use if you are planning a long absence.
|Also Known As||Generic Financial POA|
Limited power of attorney can be used to appoint your proxy for specific and limited matters. Also in this form, you can limit the period of validity of this document.
|Also Known As||Special POA|
Child power of attorney is completed by parents if they wish to appoint a temporary guardian for their children. For instance, if parents are leaving for a long time and want to be sure that there is someone to take care of their children.
|Also Known As||Minor POA|
Real estate power of attorney is a document with which you can delegate tasks and responsibilities related to your real estate. For example, a designated agent will be able to rent, sell, buy and perform other activities related to the property specified on the form.
|Also Known As||Limited Real Estate POA|
State tax power of attorney (Form IA-2848) gives you the ability to appoint an attorney to handle your taxes. That is, your representative will have the right to fill out tax forms and represent you in front of the Iowa Department of Revenue.
|Also Known As||Form IA-2848|
|Download||Form IA-2848 (DOC)|
Vehicle power of attorney (Form 411021) helps you delegate tasks related to registration, titling, selling, and purchasing a motor vehicle. You can designate a person who can perform these actions on your behalf and represent you in front of the Iowa Department of Transportation.
|Also Known As||Form 411021|
|Download||PDF Template | Form 411021 (DOC)|
Revocation power of attorney is created if you want to stop and terminate any current POA. In addition to completing this form, you must send a copy of it to all interested parties so that everyone is aware of the POA’s termination.
|Also Known As||POA Termination Form|