A Kansas power of attorney is a legal form that gives you the right to appoint your official agent to perform certain functions on your behalf. This can be your representative for financial matters, taxes, medical issues, and some others.
You can download all the forms that can be used in Kansas directly from our website. We also provide you with official forms created by the state of Kansas: Special Durable Power of Attorney for business, investment, legal and financial matters, Durable Power of Attorney for Health Care Decisions, Form TR-41 for motor vehicles, Form DO-10 for taxes.
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Durable power of attorney is used in Kansas to appoint your financial representative to act on your behalf, even if you are incapacitated. A representative will be able to manage your accounts, perform banking or business operating transactions, and complete other activities that you indicate on the form.
|Also Known As||Kansas DPOA|
|Signing Requirements||Notary and Two Witnesses|
Medical power of attorney or DPOA for health care decisions makes it possible to appoint an agent who can make important medical decisions about you. The representative will be able to act even if you are incapacitated and unable to communicate with doctors on your own.
|Also Known As||Health Care POA or MPOA|
|Signing Requirements||Notary or Two Witnesses|
General power of attorney is a legal form for the appointment of your representative in financial matters, but it has a certain limitation. If you are unable to make decisions on your own, that is, you become incapacitated, this form will cease to operate.
|Also Known As||Generic Financial POA|
Limited power of attorney is another legal form for appointing your agent. The form can be tailored to your specific needs. In the document, you list the actions your representative can handle, and you can also specify the expiration date for the form.
|Also Known As||Special POA|
Child power of attorney is a legal way to take care of your children and assign them a temporary guardian who can make important decisions about the health or education of children. This form can be valid for one year.
|Also Known As||Minor POA|
Real estate power of attorney will be necessary for you if you decide to appoint an agent to resolve issues related to real estate and to delegate certain actions. An agent on your behalf will be able to rent, buy, sell, negotiate transactions or perform other acts on real estate.
|Also Known As||Limited Real Estate POA|
State tax power of attorney (Form DO-10) is a legal form for appointing your representative to fill out tax forms and represent you in front of the Kansas Department of Revenue.
|Also Known As||Form DO-10|
|Signing Requirements||Taxpayer and Agent|
|Download||Form DO-10 (DOC)|
Vehicle power of attorney (Form TR-41) is a form that allows your designated representative to apply for title and registration in Kansas Division of Vehicles, as well as transfer or endorse title of a specified vehicle.
|Also Known As||Form TR-41|
|Signing Requirements||Owner of Vehicle|
|Download||PDF Template | Form TR-41 (DOC)|
Revocation power of attorney is used when it is necessary to stop the action of an already signed and used POA. After filling out this form, you should notify third parties about the revocation.
|Also Known As||POA Termination Form|
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