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Maryland Power of Attorney Forms (8 Types)

A Maryland power of attorney lets an individual (the principal) appoint another to represent their best interests as their agent in a variety of circumstances and situations. These situations can range from general financial matters to more specifically defined or limited purposes. It is very important the principal can rely on the person the agent…

Maryland Bill of Sale Forms (4)

Maryland bill of sale forms are documents used to prove the legal sale and purchase of items between dealers and individuals or between two private parties. These documents can also prove a change of ownership. Some forms may require notarization to be considered authentic documents. Table of Contents Forms (4) Boat General Gun Vehicle Vehicle…

Maryland Lease Agreements (7) | Residential & Commercial

A Maryland lease agreement allows a landlord and tenant to create a rental contract for the renting of property for either commercial or residential property. After the tenant approves the space for their use, the parties will begin negotiations over rent and each party’s responsibilities during the lease. After negotiating, the landlord will typically run…

Maryland Eviction Notice Forms | Process & Laws

A Maryland eviction notice is a document required for a landlord to properly inform their tenant that they are in violation of their lease agreement. Sending the notice is the 1st step in the eviction process and must be filed with the court as evidence if the tenant does not cure the issue. The tenant…

Maryland Real Estate Power of Attorney Form

A Maryland real estate power of attorney is a document that a person (known as the principal) can use to appoint another person (known as an agent) to make decisions related to property. This document will also allow the Principal to name an alternate Agent in the event the initial agent becomes unwilling or unable…

Maryland Motor Vehicle Power of Attorney (Form VR-470)

A Maryland motor vehicle power of attorney, or ‘Form VR-470’, is a document you can file with the Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration when you wish to have someone act on your behalf with regard to your motor vehicle. You may download it through this page, fill it out (accurately), then submit it to the MVA…

Maryland General (Financial) Power of Attorney

A Maryland general (financial) power of attorney form is a document required to convey certain financial powers to another trusted person. That person, or agent, is tasked with representing your (the principal’s) best interests and acting on your behalf up until you revoke the document or become unable to revoke the document. This is different…

Maryland Power of Attorney Revocation Form

A Maryland power of attorney revocation form is a document that effectively terminates, cancels, or revokes a power of attorney that was previously delegated. This form can be used for any type of delegated power that has been issued as a power of attorney. After you fill it out, it is important that you inform…

Maryland Guardian of Minor Child Power of Attorney Form

A Maryland guardian of minor child power of attorney form is a form you can use to ensure your kids are cared for in the event that you become unable to care for them. This form allows you to choose someone you trust to be the children’s temporary guardian and to make decisions related to…

Maryland Advance Directive Form

A Maryland advance directive is a document that allows a person to select a health care agent and choose their end-of-life treatment options. The form is required to be signed with two (2) witnesses and kept in a safe and accessible place. Four (4) Parts Selection of Health Care Agent (“Medical Power of Attorney”) Treatment…