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Arizona Power of Attorney Forms (11 Types)

An Arizona power of attorney is a legal document that appoints a specific person to act in someone else’s place for financial, medical, or parental reasons. As an example, if a person is hospitalized after a car accident, this document allows his or her designated representative (“agent” or “attorney-in-fact”) to take over temporarily and administer…

Arizona Bill of Sale Forms

Arizona bill of sale forms are legal documents designed to record the legal sale and purchase of various items. These forms will provide information regarding the identity of the item to be sold, change of ownership as well, and provide information pertaining to the seller and the buyer. Some of these documents will require notarization…

Arizona Lease Agreements | Residential & Commercial

An Arizona lease agreement is a document created for a landlord to outline the terms and conditions of renting property to a tenant. After a tenant shows interest in a property, the landlord will commonly verify the tenant’s financials and income with a rental application. If approved, the parties will write and sign a lease…

Arizona Eviction Notice Forms | Process & Laws

An Arizona eviction notice is a written letter from a landlord to a tenant stating that they have a certain number (#) of days to either fix the lease violation or vacate the premises. If the tenant does neither then the landlord may pursue legal action by filing a Complaint and Summons with the Justice Court and paying the…

Arizona Real Estate Power of Attorney Form

Arizona Real Estate Power of Attorney Form is a document that is provided by a principal to grant permission for an agent or an attorney to have the ability to sell, acquire, manage or even refinance property in their absence or on their behalf. Generally, the document is used to choose an agent to complete…

Arizona General (Financial) Power of Attorney Form

Arizona General (Financial) Power of Attorney Form is a document that outlines a principal’s interest in having someone else represent his or her interests in financial activity. Unlike the durable version, this form does not allow the person selected, known as the “attorney in fact” or “agent”, to be able to make decisions when the principal…

Arizona Vehicle Power of Attorney (Form 48-1001)

An Arizona vehicle power of attorney (Form 48-1001), offered by the Arizona Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV), allows a principal to grant an agent the power to take and transfer titles of any vehicles owned by the principal. This usually becomes important in the event that the principal becomes disabled or incapacitated, but the document…

Arizona Tax Power of Attorney Form (285-I)

Arizona Tax Power of Attorney Form (285-I) allows a principal to give an agent-specific tax-related powers of attorney through the Tax Power Of Attorney document, in the event that the principal finds him or herself unable to work with the state Department of Finance directly. For example, if the principal becomes disabled and cannot file their…

Arizona Minor Children Power of Attorney Form

Arizona Minor Child Power of Attorney allows a principal to designate a guardian for children (for up to 6 months) in the event that the principal is incapacitated, overseas, or otherwise unable to care for their children for that period of time. Active military officers who go on a tour of duty may extend this…

Arizona Revocation Power of Attorney Form

Arizona Revocation Power of Attorney Form allows the principal to formally revoke powers of attorney granted to an agent, and send copies of this information to any relevant third party, such as a bank, hospital, etc. Laws – § 14-5504 How to Write 1 – Obtain the Arizona Revocation of Power of Attorney Form Use the…