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Colorado Power of Attorney Forms (10 Types)

A Colorado power of attorney lets a person handle important decisions on someone else’s behalf related to finances, medical care, minor children, and any other special request. These types of forms can be used in a broad range of circumstances, including in a temporary situation where an individual will be out of town for a short…

Colorado Bill of Sale Forms (4)

A Colorado bill of sale form is a legal document that accompanies the sale or trade of a vehicle, vessel, firearm, or any personal item between two parties. This document provides proof that a sale or trade has taken place legally and in full agreement of all parties involved. In some cases, bill of sales…

Colorado Lease Agreements | Residential & Commercial

A Colorado lease agreement is written between a lessor and lessee to make a formal contract for the renting of commercial or residential property. It’s recommended that the landlord obtain the tenant’s personal information in order to properly run a credit and background check and to know if they are credible to pay rent on…

Colorado Eviction Notice Forms | Process & Laws

A Colorado eviction notice is a letter served by a landlord to a tenant signifying they have committed a lease violation. The notice will include the details of the offense and the number (#) of days the tenant has the right to cure the issue. If the violation remains after the notice period, the tenant…

Colorado Real Estate Power of Attorney Form

A Colorado real estate power of attorney is a document that may be used by a principal to provide proper and legal written permission that empowers an agent, attorney, or similarly qualified entity to conduct real estate business and/or transactions in the name of the principal. It will be necessary to acquire the services of a Colorado State…

Colorado General (Financial) Power of Attorney

A Colorado general power of attorney (GPOA) allows a person to designate an agent to be your agent who can make financial decisions when the principal is not available. Such decisions can be any monetary-related activity legal under state law. If the principal should become incapacitated, a GPOA will automatically terminate and be revoked. It…

Colorado Limited Power of Attorney Form

A Colorado limited power of attorney allows a person, known as the principal, to choose someone they trust, known as an agent, to act on their behalf for a specific or limited purpose. It is important that the purpose is carefully detailed so as not to allow for a broader interpretation of the powers than…

Colorado Revocation of Power of Attorney Form

A Colorado revocation of power of attorney is a document that allows you to terminate a previously executed delegation of your authority (where you assigned rights to another person to act on your behalf). It is important that you make sure your agent, your financial institutions, and medical providers know that you are revoking the original…

Colorado Tax Power of Attorney Form (DR 0145)

A Colorado tax power of attorney (DR 0145) gives one individual (the agent) the authority to handle another person’s (the principal) tax matters with concerned tax entities. It must be submitted to the Colorado Department of Revenue to be legally binding.  The agent takes care of certain filings, speaks on the principal’s behalf, or receives…

Colorado Parental (Minor Child) Power of Attorney Form

A Colorado parental (minor child) power of attorney grants a relative or close friend the ability to make decisions and care for a person’s children on their behalf should they be away and unable to make decisions for them. This form is only valid for a maximum of 12 months. Pursuant to CRS 15-14-105 the…