An Idaho power of attorney is a form that you should fill out if you want another person to formally represent you in a specific matter. You can create such a document to appoint a temporary guardian for your children or, for example, an agent to resolve your financial issues. With POA, you delegate certain responsibilities or powers.
Our qualified specialists have prepared various POA forms that you can download below. They are compiled following all laws in force in the State of Idaho. There are also some official forms: Statutory form, Durable POA for Health Care, POA Delegating Parental Powers, ITD-3368 for motor vehicles, Idaho State Tax Commission ID-POA for taxes.
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Durable power of attorney is a legal document drawn up by a person to appoint a representative (agent) in financial matters. An agent will be able to take care of your finances even if you become incapacitated.
|Also Known As||Idaho DPOA|
Medical power of attorney is used to appoint a health care agent who can make medical decisions for you. This is done so that even if you are not capable of making decisions, a person whom you trust and who is aware of your wishes will do it for you.
|Also Known As||Health Care POA or MPOA|
|Signing Requirements||Notary is recommended|
|Download||PDF Template | Durable POA for Health Care (DOC)|
General power of attorney appoints an agent to handle your financial matters, but only acts as long as you are able to make decisions and conduct your own affairs. If you become incapacitated or die, this form stops functioning.
|Also Known As||Generic Financial POA|
Limited power of attorney is a form specially created to your needs, via which you appoint your agent who acts only in certain circumstances or for specific tasks. These forms usually have a limited duration.
|Also Known As||Special POA|
Child power of attorney or POA delegating parental powers is used in Idaho by parents to appoint a temporary representative or guardian for their children. This can be done for no longer than 6 months.
|Also Known As||Minor POA|
|Download||PDF Template | POA Delegating Parental Powers (DOC)|
Real estate power of attorney gives you the ability to designate an agent who will take actions with your real estate property. This is useful when you want to delegate tasks for sale, refinancing, rent, leasing, or care of the property.
|Also Known As||Limited Real Estate POA|
State tax power of attorney (Form ID-POA) is created to designate your representative to fill out your tax forms and to represent you in the Idaho State Tax Commission.
|Also Known As||Form ID-POA|
|Download||Form ID-POA (DOC)|
Vehicle power of attorney (ITD-3368) is needed by those who decided to entrust official actions with their vehicle (purchase, sale, registration, titling, and others) to their representative. There is also a uniform issued by the Idaho Transportation Department.
|Also Known As||Form ITD-3368|
|Download||PDF Template | Form ITD-3368 (DOC)|