Free Vermont Power of Attorney Forms

A Vermont power of attorney is a document used to empower a designated person to perform financial and other matters for you. It’s a well-thought way to ensure that all your finances and property are taken care of when you don’t have time or possibility to handle any of your operations.

Below, you can access all commonly used POA forms recognized in Vermont. Find here official forms and templates made under the revision of the professional eye of a lawyer, including Statutory Durable Form, Form PMG70g for limited child POA, or Form PA-1 for state taxes.

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vermont durable financial poa

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Vermont POA Templates by Type

vermont durable financial poa

Use the durable statutory form in Vermont when you want the designated person to keep the authority to handle your matters even if you’re incapacitated and lose the ability to take actions on your own.

Also Known As Vermont DPOA
Signing Requirements Notary Public and 1 Witness
Download PDF Template | Statutory Durable Form
vermont medical poa

A medical power of attorney allows your representative to consent to any medical treatment or make any health care decisions in your favor when you don’t have capacity to do it yourself due to an unexpected or expected medical condition.

Also Known As Health Care POA or MPOA
Signing Requirements Two (2) Witnesses
Download PDF Template | Appointment of a Health Care Agent | Advance Directive for Health Care
vermont general financial poa

General POA form allows a dedicated agent to manage your financial matters but restricts their authority in times when the principal is incapacitated. In this case, the POA is terminated automatically.

Also Known As General (Financial) POA
Signing Requirements Notary
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vermont limited poa

Use the limited power of attorney template in Vermont when you want to entitle a representative of yours with limited power to conduct some specified actions on your behalf. For example, to file some property-related reports or make financial decisions in one sphere.

Also Known As Special POA
Signing Requirements Notary
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vermont minor child poa

A child power of attorney is a document required for all parents who entrust their child to third parties for long periods of time. With this document, the caretaker can act in the child’s interest on behalf of the parent when such is far away or incapable.

Also Known As Minor POA
Signing Requirements No Statute
Download PDF Template | Form PMG70g
vermont real estate poa

Use a real estate POA form when you are responsible for land or real estate or in possession of one but don’t have time to manage it yourself. In this case, your entrusted person will handle all real-estate-related operations, documents, and agreements on your behalf.

Also Known As Limited Real Estate POA
Signing Requirements Notary
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vermont form pa 1 preview

Vermont recognizes the PA-1 form as a state tax power of attorney, allowing individuals, businesses, entities, or trusts to appoint agents to handle their taxpayer’s duties. In this case, the dedicated agent manages tax returns or represents a taxpayer in various tax-related situations.

Also Known As Vermont Comptroller POA
Signing Requirements Notary
Download Form PA-1
vermont motor vehicle poa preview

Vehicle power of attorney form can be applied when necessary to conduct any operation regarding your vehicle: sale, renewal, or registration. It’s used to transfer the authority over vehicle-related processes to a trustworthy person for a limited period of time.

Also Known As DMV POA
Signing Requirements Notary
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vermont revocation of poa

Any power of attorney can be revoked under the request of the principal. Fill out this revocation power of attorney form to end it before the end date.

Also Known As POA Termination Form
Signing Requirements Notarization is Advised
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Published: Apr 1, 2022
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.