Power of Attorney
Power of attorney is a way for one person to act on behalf of another regarding legal matters. See the below resources for more information about power of attorney and how it may apply to you.
This section contains links that offer information about wills and estates and other probate law in Arkansas. There are pdf fact sheets, court forms and interactive forms below.
FACT SHEETS & LEGAL INFORMATION
- Fact Sheet - Power of Attorney
- Form - Power of Attorney over Minor. See this sample to learn how to make a power-of-attorney form for matters related to school enrollment and medical care.
- Stateside Legal Resource: Military Power of Attorney (for military members, veterans and their families)
FORMS & COURT INFORMATION
- Interactive Form - Power of Attorney over Minor
- Interactive Form - Power of Attorney over Minor (Spanish)
- Interactive Form - Revocation of Power of Attorney over Minor
- Stateside Legal Resource: Interactive Form - Power of Attorney (for military members, veterans and their families)
- Stateside Legal Resource: Interactive Form - Power of Attorney (for minor) (for military members, veterans and their families)
OTHER RESOURCES (Other Websites)
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|FORM - Power of Attorney (PDF)||97.58 KB|
|Fact Sheet - Power of Attorney (PDF)||87.77 KB|
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