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Missouri Power of Attorney Forms (9 Types)

Missouri power of attorney forms allows a person (“principal”) to choose an agent to handle their personal and business affairs while they are alive. Depending on the type, the agent will have control over financial, medical, tax-related, vehicle, or other decisions making responsibilities. The agent will have the same power as if the principal was…

Missouri Bill of Sale Forms (4)

Missouri bill of sale forms are legal documents that record the sale and transfer of ownership of a piece of private property between two individuals. They can apply to practically any piece of private property but are most often used for vehicles, boats, and weapons. A bill of sale will include pertinent information about the…

Missouri Lease Agreements | Residential & Commercial

A Missouri lease agreement is written and agreed upon by a landlord and a tenant for a period of time in exchange for the payment of rent. The tenant’s credit and income will most likely be verified by the landlord before a lease is signed. At lease signing, the tenant will be obligated to pay…

Missouri Eviction Notice Forms | Process & Laws

Missouri eviction notices are used to inform a tenant of their breach of a lease contract. The notice includes a full description of the lease infraction and the time to correct the issue. If the tenant does not adhere to the landlord’s claims then they can be subject to an eviction lawsuit. Table of Contents…

Missouri Real Estate Power of Attorney Form

Missouri Real Estate Power of Attorney Form is a legal document that will allow the principal (owner/title holder) of real property, to transfer powers to a pre-determined party  (attorney-in-fact/agent) to oversee the sale, rent or lease, refinancing or any other duties defined by the principal regarding real property in his or her control. This document…

Missouri Durable (Financial) Power of Attorney Form

A Missouri durable power of attorney form is used to legally appoint a representative to stand in the place of someone else (“principal”) for their financial affairs. Upon the form being signed with a notary public, the person selected to handle the affairs, the “agent”, will be able to make banking, real estate, and other…

Missouri Minor Child (Parental) Power of Attorney Form

Missouri Minor Child (Parental) Power of Attorney Form can be used by parents who want to make sure there is someone they approve to take care of their child if and when they are going to be unavailable. This allows a caretaker the power to make decisions related to health care and education of the child…

Missouri General (Financial) Power of Attorney Form

Missouri General Power of Attorney provides a method for a person to grant power to an individual to act on his or her behalf for general financial matters. This means that the person you appoint, called the agent, will be able to take action as if they were you. Any decisions he or she makes…

Missouri Revocation Power of Attorney Form

Missouri Revocation Power of Attorney Form is to be used when terminating a previous power of attorney appointments that you issued in the past. It is important when you decide to revoke a power of attorney that you not only fill out and sign this form in front of a notary, but that you make sure…

Missouri Limited Power of Attorney Form

Missouri Limited Power of Attorney Form can be employed by a person when they need representation for a specific transaction or for a limited period of time. For instance, if there is a real estate transaction for which you are going to be away, you can appoint a person to sign on your behalf. There…