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Wisconsin Power of Attorney Forms (9 Types)

Wisconsin power of attorney forms are for the purpose of choosing any trusted person (“agent”) to represent the needs and affairs of someone else (“principal”). The most common forms are the durable-financial and medical versions as they have the option to remain valid for the lifetime of the principal. This means even if the principal…

Wisconsin Bill of Sale Forms

Wisconsin bill of sale forms are legal documents demonstrating the lawful sale and purchase of items of personal property in the State of Wisconsin. Bills of sale provide information about the buyer and seller, description of the item or items being sold, and the terms of the sale. The forms can be useful for tax…

Wisconsin Lease Agreements | Residential & Commercial

A Wisconsin lease agreement is a document used for the binding arrangement between a landlord and tenant for the use of residential or commercial property in trade for rent payment. The landlord will commonly authorize a lease after a careful review of the tenant’s credit report and employment income. After signing, the tenant will be…

Wisconsin Eviction Notice Forms | Process & Laws

A Wisconsin eviction notice is a form a landlord gives a tenant who has failed to follow the terms and conditions of a lease. The notice can either give the tenant a period of time to correct the issue or state that their rental contract has been terminated on specific grounds by the landlord. Wisconsin…

Wisconsin Real Estate Power of Attorney Form

Wisconsin Real Estate Power of Attorney Form is a legal document employed by an owner/title holder of real property (principal) when electing a representative to safeguard or implement his or her interests with that property. This agent will usually be expected to conduct business with a property (i.e. management, leasing refinancing, etc.). Typically such an…

Wisconsin Limited Power of Attorney Form

Wisconsin Limited Power of Attorney Form may be used when you have a discrete situation requiring your direct attention or a proper representation your intention. If you are unable to meet such a responsibility then you can appoint an agent to represent you temporarily in as specific a manner as you dictate. When you write this,…

Wisconsin Revocation of Power of Attorney Form

Wisconsin Revocation of Power of Attorney Form functions as an official notice that any and all powers previously delivered through a specific document to an agent are nullified and voided. Thus, it should be used when you have a pre-existing document which has set your authority in an agent’s hands but should no longer be in…

Wisconsin General (Financial) Power of Attorney

Wisconsin General (Financial) Power of Attorney Form gives you the ability to name a specific party to handle your financial affairs at your direction. Typically, this is useful when some or all your business requires your personal authority to be exerted but you will be unable or somewhat unavailable (i.e. you are on a long-term vacation…

Wisconsin Minor (Child) Power of Attorney Form

Wisconsin Minor (Child) Power of Attorney Form is a document enabling a child’s parent(s) to select a trusted family member or friend to act as a guardian of the child’s interests if or when the parent(s) is not available to represent the child. It should be kept in mind this is not a permanent delegation of…

Wisconsin Durable (Statutory) Power of Attorney Form

A Wisconsin durable statutory power of attorney form is used to authorize a person (“agent”) to handle the financial affairs of someone else during their lifetime. The person giving power (“principal”) is recommended to choose a trusted person to be their agent such as a spouse, family member, or close friend. The form may only…