Free Oklahoma Power of Attorney Forms

An Oklahoma power of attorney is a legal instrument for empowering a trustee (agent). In Oklahoma, any adult can create this document and appoint a representative to resolve certain issues — tax or financial matters, health care decisions, or temporary guardians for children.

Your search for the right POA forms for Oklahoma is over. Everything you need can be easily found here. In addition to our quality forms, we present you with various state POAs: Statutory Form, DPOA with Health Care Powers, Statutory Form for POA to Delegate Parental or Legal Custodian Powers, and Form BT-129 for taxes.

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Durable power of attorney will help you share the care of managing your financial affairs with your trustee. The agent will be able to perform these functions even if you become incapacitated.

Also Known As Oklahoma DPOA
Signing Requirements Notary
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Medical power of attorney is recommended to be created by all Oklahoma adults. This way you make sure that all health care decisions are made by someone you trust, even if you can’t communicate on your own.

Also Known As Health Care POA or MPOA
Signing Requirements Two Witnesses
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General power of attorney is similar to DPOA at first glance. In this form, an agent is assigned for the same purpose. But there is a significant difference — a general POA is not valid when the principal becomes incapacitated or dies.

Also Known As Generic Financial POA
Signing Requirements Notary
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Limited power of attorney is a form that you can change for your own purposes. In it, you indicate your specific needs that the named agent can take on.

Also Known As Special POA
Signing Requirements Notary
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Child power of attorney allows parents to appoint a temporary guardian for their children. The guardian will be able to perform parental duties for up to one year.

Also Known As Minor POA
Signing Requirements Notary
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Real estate power of attorney will allow you to appoint an agent to manage all matters related to the management and maintenance of your property. The agent will perform all tasks on your behalf and will be able to sell, rent, or buy the specified property.

Also Known As Limited Real Estate POA
Signing Requirements Notary
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State tax power of attorney (Form BT-129) is spread in Oklahoma to appoint a tax attorney. They will act as your proxy before the Oklahoma Tax Commission.

Also Known As Form BT-129
Signing Requirements Principal and Representative
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Vehicle power of attorney will allow you to entrust the registration and titling of your vehicle to an agent. The agent will be able to complete the Oklahoma Motor Vehicle Commission formalities for you.

Also Known As OMVC POA
Signing Requirements Notary
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Revocation power of attorney allows you to cancel your decision to appoint an agent through the POA. Fill out this form and send it to agents, thereby canceling the POA.

Also Known As POA Termination Form
Signing Requirements Notary is recommended
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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.