Free Minnesota Power of Attorney Forms

A Minnesota power of attorney is a legal document to appoint a representative (agent) who can perform certain functions on your behalf. For example, you can appoint an agent to fill out tax forms for you and speak for you before the IRS.

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Durable power of attorney is needed to designate an agent for your financial matters. This kind of POA assumes that your agent will be able to act even if you become incapacitated.

Also Known As Minnesota DPOA
Signing Requirements Notary
Download PDF Template | Statutory Form (DOC)

Medical power of attorney also called Health Care Directive in Minnesota allows your trusted person to make important health care decisions on your behalf if you are not able to make them yourself.

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

General power of attorney is another form for appointing a financial agent. Only this kind of POA is valid while you are of sound mind and capable to make decisions. If you become incapacitated, the form ceases to operate automatically.

Also Known As Generic Financial POA
Signing Requirements Notary
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Limited power of attorney is a document that you can adapt to your needs and goals. This kind of POA can be used to assign an agent to specific tasks.

Also Known As Special POA
Signing Requirements Notary
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Child power of attorney is a legal document that parents can fill out to appoint a temporary guardian for their children. Many decide to create this form if they plan to be away for a long time.

Also Known As Minor POA
Signing Requirements Two Witnesses
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Real estate power of attorney allows you to transfer rights related to real property. The agent will be able to buy, sell, rent, lease and perform some other activities on the specified property.

Also Known As Limited Real Estate POA
Signing Requirements Notary
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State tax power of attorney (Form MN Rev184) is the form you need to use if you want your representative to complete tax paperwork and represent you before the Minnesota Department of Revenue. The state determines two types of this form: Rev184i for individuals, and Rev184b for business.

Also Known As Form MN Rev184
Signing Requirements Principal
Download Form MN Rev184i (DOC) | Form MN Rev184b (DOC)

Vehicle power of attorney allows you to appoint an agent who will represent you before the Minnesota Department of Public Safety and will be able to perform certain activities on your behalf (registering, titling, etc.).

Also Known As DPS POA
Signing Requirements Notary
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Revocation power of attorney can terminate any signed POA. After completing the revocation POA, be sure to send copies to all involved parties.

Also Known As POA Termination Form
Signing Requirements Notary
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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.