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Washington Power of Attorney Forms (9 Types)

Washington power of attorney forms lets a person select an agent to act as their representative to act in their place. The person giving authority (“principal”) will need to choose which forms to complete depending upon the powers being given. The most common being the durable financial and health care forms which allow an agent to…

Washington Bill of Sale Forms

Washington bill of sale forms document the transfer of ownership of personal property in the State of Washington. They will provide essential information for a transaction, such as the identity of the buyer and seller, and a description of the property. Best practice is for bills of sale to be notarized. Table of Contents Forms…

Washington Lease Agreements | Residential & Commercial

A Washington lease agreement is a document that outlines the terms of a rental between a landlord and a tenant. There are different rules tenancy rules within Seattle versus outside Seattle, therefore the correct agreement must be used depending on the property location. Once the agreement is signed by the landlord and tenant, it becomes…

Washington Eviction Notice Forms | Process & Laws

Washington eviction notices are used by landlords to start the eviction process with a tenant. The notice includes a description of the violation committed by the tenant and how they can cure the issue. If the tenant refuses, the landlord can file an Unlawful Detainer Action in the Superior Court. Table of Contents Notices to…

Washington Real Estate Power of Attorney Form

Washington Real Estate Power of Attorney Form supplies the hardcopy proof an agent needs when representing a principal property owner. Usually, such paperwork will be filled out and signed by the principal. It may be filled out by a preparer as well, however, only the principal property owner can sign and execute this document. This…

Washington Limited Power of Attorney Form

Washington Limited Power of Attorney Form is the paperwork a principal can use to delegate his or her authority to an agent. The principal is the individual who intends to use an agent to perform specific task(s) on his or her behalf while this document acts as proof that said agent has the principal authority to…

Washington General (Financial) Power of Attorney

Washington General (Financial) Power of Attorney Form also allows you to appoint another to handle your general financial matters. It is important that you think carefully about who would be the best person to represent you. The difference between this form and the durable form is that the general form becomes void in the event you…

Washington Durable (Financial) Power of Attorney Form

A Washington durable financial power of attorney form allows a person to designate another person to act as their agent and handle their financial affairs. The principal will need to complete the form, initialing the powers given to the agent, and upon completing will need to be acknowledged before a notary public. The agent will…

Washington Guardian of Minor Power of Attorney Form

Washington Guardian of Minor Power of Attorney Form is a legal document developed so parent(s) or guardian(s) can place their child in the care of trusted friends or family when they are unavailable to care for their children due to illness or some long-term absence. It should be noted that all entities charged with the care…

Washington Revocation of Power of Attorney Form

Washington Revocation of Power of Attorney Form can be used in the event you wish to cancel an appointment of principal power that was issued in the past and is still active. You will need several pieces of information present on the original power document, so make sure it is handy when filling out this paperwork….