A Virginia power of attorney offers a tangible legal power to a dedicated person to conduct actions, transactions and manage a property on behalf of the owner. The limit of such powers is defined in the document and can be changed or revoked when needed. POA can be handy when you need someone to handle your tax or property matters.
There are various POA forms to use depending on the limit of the authority provided and required conditions. The forms below are carefully crafted and revised by a professional attorney to meet various situations.
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Virginia’s durable power of attorney ensures that all authority you provided to the assigned person will remain in action when you’re incapacitated unless you demand otherwise through revocation form or conducting a new durable POA.
|Also Known As||Virginia DPOA|
|Signing Requirements||Notary Public or Two (2) Witnesses|
|Download||PDF Template | Statutory Form|
Virginia medical power of attorney or, in other words, an advanced medical directive is suggested when you risk being incapable of making health care decisions. Through this document, you will provide the right to a trustable person (family member, partner, or friend) to make medical decisions in your favor.
|Also Known As||Health Care POA or MPOA|
|Signing Requirements||Two (2) Witnesses|
|Download||PDF Template | Durable POA for Health Care | Advance Medical Directive|
General power of attorney is used when you don’t have an intention to make the person’s authority over your financial or other matters be in action after you’re incapacitated. Once you cannot make decisions on your behalf, the general POA is annulated.
|Also Known As||General (Financial) POA|
Limited power of attorney grants confined powers over your properties or financial authority to a person of your choice. It’s usually used to delegate a power to make decisions on your behalf in limited cases such as taxes, insurance, or real estate.
|Also Known As||Special POA|
Child power of attorney is used when there is a need to delegate parental rights over the child to a trustworthy caregiver for a limited time (not to exceed 180 days). For example, when the parent goes on a long-term business trip or the child goes abroad.
|Also Known As||Minor POA|
|Signing Requirements||No Statute|
|Download||PDF Template | POA to Delegate
Virginia’s real estate power of attorney allows a landholder or business owner to delegate all paperwork related to real estate, including its lease, repair, and maintenance, to a trusted person.
|Also Known As||Limited Real Estate POA|
Virginia state tax POA form is a handy document if you want someone to handle the operations you’re required to perform as a taxpayer. It includes the authority to sign consents or similar documents, submit income, employment, payroll reports and handle other tax matters.
|Also Known As||Virginia Comptroller POA|
Use a vehicle POA form when you need someone else to manage any operations or transactions regarding your vehicle, be it title registration or submitting a late penalty. You can use a specific form VSA-70 recognized in Virginia or make your template in our form-builder.
|Also Known As||DMV POA|
|Download||PDF Template | Form VSA-70|
Most of the power of attorney forms have their termination period indicated in the document. Durable POA is automatically terminated upon making a new POA form. If you want to terminate POA sooner than agreed, you can as well file a revocation form.
|Also Known As||POA Termination Form|
|Signing Requirements||Notarization is Advised|