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Nebraska Power of Attorney Forms (9 Types)

Nebraska power of attorney forms provides a method where a person can legally allow someone to take their place in certain situations. Power of attorney is commonly used in Nebraska to allow a person to handle and represent financial and medical matters. Although, a form can be assigned any type of legal power under State…

Nebraska Bill of Sale Forms

The Nebraska Bill of Sale Forms are legal documents that prove the legal sale and purchase of vehicles, boats, firearms or anything that needs proof of sale or even if the seller and buyer would simply like to have proof of sale and ownership, for their records.  These documents will provide information with regard to the seller,…

Nebraska Lease Agreements | Residential & Commercial

A Nebraska lease agreement lets a landlord and tenant come to a binding contract for the use of a residential or commercial property. After a prospective tenant views the property, the landlord will usually request their personal information through the rental application. A small fee may be associated with the screening process. Once approved by…

Nebraska Eviction Notice Forms | Process & Laws

Nebraska eviction notices are written and sent by a landlord when a tenant has violated their lease agreement. The notice marks an official date where the tenant has been notified of an issue and has a specified number of days to respond and cure the issue before an eviction case is filed in the local…

Nebraska Real Estate Power of Attorney Form

Nebraska Real Estate Power of Attorney Form acts as a documentation of the permission and legal protection the Principal (title holder) must approve of when appointing an Attorney-in-Fact. This paperwork enables the Attorney-in-Fact to oversee the sale, management, refinancing or any other duties required as directed through its language. The type of powers and extent…

Nebraska Revocation Power of Attorney Form

Nebraska Revocation Power of Attorney Form can be used as the first step in a two-step process to revoke an old POA. It is important that when you execute this document that you don’t just put it in a drawer somewhere to be forgotten. A revocation is not considered effective unless the people using your…

Nebraska Delegation of Parental (Minor Child) Power of Attorney Form

Nebraska Delegation of Parental (Minor Child) Power of Attorney Form functions as a method for the parent(s) of a child to appoint someone to stand in their place as a temporary caretaker. This declares the temporary caretaker has the parental approval required to make medical and educational decisions on behalf of the parent’s child. There are…

Nebraska Limited Power of Attorney Form

Nebraska Limited Power of Attorney Form allows you (as the principal) to appoint another party to represent your interests, sign documents on your behalf and otherwise take your place in a specific transaction(s) usually for a predetermined period of time. As always, make sure you trust the person you are appointing. This type of POA…

Nebraska Medical Power of Attorney Form

Nebraska medical power of attorney provides legal authority for a person to appoint someone to make health-related decisions for him or her if and when determined (by a doctor) to be incapacitated. Nebraska Revised Statutes Section 30-3401 is the statute that governs this form. This may serve to provide a certain peace of mind that if one suffers medical events…

Nebraska Tax Power of Attorney (Form 33)

Nebraska Tax Power of Attorney (Form 33), otherwise known as the Nebraska Department of Revenue Power of Attorney, may be filled out for those times when you are seeking to have a tax professional represent your interests with the Department of Revenue. This form allows you to appoint your agent to represent you in hearings, receive information,…