A New Mexico power of attorney is a legal document that citizens use to appoint an agent to act on their behalf in certain situations. The agent will act as your official representative in the specified area. For example, you can appoint a financial rep who will handle the formalities associated with maintaining your financial accounts.
POA forms may vary from state to state, so we have prepared documents to use in New Mexico. You can create a form adapted to your needs. Several POAs have been developed by the state and are also recommended for use: Statutory Form POA, Advance Directive for Health Care, Form MVD-11020 for vehicles, and ACD-3102 for taxes.
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Durable power of attorney is created to appoint an agent for financial matters. In this way, you can relieve yourself of the worries of controlling and managing your financial accounts or real estate. The durable POA will work even if you become incapacitated.
|Also Known As||New Mexico DPOA|
|Download||PDF Template | Statutory Form (DOC)|
Medical power of attorney or Advance Directive for Health Care is used to give instructions about your healthcare and to name someone as your agent. This agent will be able to make treatment decisions and receive reports for you.
|Also Known As||Health Care POA or MPOA|
|Signing Requirements||Two Witnesses|
|Download||PDF Template | Advance Directive for Health Care (DOC)|
General power of attorney authorizes your representative to handle your financial affairs but is only valid as long as you can make decisions and communicate on your own.
|Also Known As||Generic Financial POA|
Limited power of attorney exists so that you can create a POA for your specific needs. You can authorize your agent to perform limited actions as part of the execution of this POA.
|Also Known As||Special POA|
Child power of attorney is a sure way for parents to take care of their children in the event of a long trip or other separation from their children. By filling out the form, you can appoint a temporary guardian who will perform parental duties for up to 6 months.
|Also Known As||Minor POA|
Real estate power of attorney is a form by filling out which you appoint an agent to perform certain manipulations with your property. You can delegate the tasks of selling, buying, renting real estate, and some other activities.
|Also Known As||Limited Real Estate POA|
State tax power of attorney (Form ACD-31102) allows you to appoint an authorized representative to handle your tax matters and represent you before the New Mexico Taxation and Revenue Department.
|Also Known As||ACD-31102|
|Download||Form ACD-31102 (DOC)|
Vehicle power of attorney (Form MVD-11020) exists to assign an agent for vehicle issues. The agent will be able to take all actions and sign all documents to complete any transactions of the vehicle specified in the form, as well as represent you before the New Mexico MVD.
|Also Known As||MVD-11020|
|Download||PDF Template | Form MVD-11020 (DOC)|
Revocation power of attorney is completed and signed when you decide to terminate any of your POAs. We recommend that you inform not only the agent but also certain state departments about that.
|Also Known As||POA Termination Form|
|Signing Requirements||Notary is recommended|
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