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Iowa Power of Attorney Forms is the official paperwork utilized when it is time to delegate principal power to an attorney-in-fact. The principal who issues such an appointment will have the ultimate say in what financial matters or otherwise act the attorney-in-fact may act on. Naturally, choosing a trustworthy and reliable friend or relative is important in these matters because that person will be acting in your place with your resources. Many of these forms require a witness or two and/or a notary public. It is important that you review the forms so you can understand the requirements and the terms and determine which one works for your situation. All forms should comply with Iowa Uniform Power of Attorney Act.

POA Handbook – Use as a guide.

Types


Durable (Financial) Power of Attorney – Is a general power of attorney that allows you to appoint someone to manage your affairs, even in the event you become incapable of managing your own affairs. Although some POAs become void upon the incapacity of the principal, a “durable” POA continues despite incapacity.

  • Download: Adobe PDF, Microsoft Word (.doc)
  • Signing Requirements (§ 633B.105): Signed by the Principal and acknowledged before a Notary Public

General Power of Attorney – This form is similar to the durable POA, in that it conveys power to financially manage another’s estate, but it becomes void if the principal is adjudged incompetent.

  • Download: Adobe PDF, Microsoft Word (.doc)
  • Signing Requirements (§ 633B.105): Signed by the Principal and acknowledged before a Notary Public

Limited Power of Attorney – This form allows a principal to limit the granting of power to a limited situation or time period.

  • Download: Adobe PDF, Microsoft Word (.doc)
  • Signing Requirements (§ 633B.105): Signed by the Principal and acknowledged before a Notary Public

Health Care Power of Attorney – This form allows you to choose someone to represent you and act on your behalf with your healthcare management. In the event you are unconscious or otherwise incapacitated, it’s helpful to have someone that you trust to make decisions for you.

  • Download: Adobe PDF, Microsoft Word (.doc)
  • Signing Requirements (§ 144B.3.1(2)): Two (2) Witnesses and Notary acknowledgment

Minor Child Power of Attorney – There are times when you may need someone to act on your children’s behalf in the event you are unable to. This is the form you would use for that.

  • Download: Adobe PDF, Microsoft Word (.doc)
  • Signing Requirements (§ 633B.105): Signed by the Principal and acknowledged before a Notary Public

Power of Attorney Revocation – If you need to revoke any type of POA that you entered into in the past, use this form.

  • Download: Adobe PDF, Microsoft Word (.doc)
  • Signing Requirements (§ 633B.105): Signed by the Principal and acknowledged before a Notary Public

Real Estate Power of Attorney – For an owner of real property to let another person handle the sale or closing.

  • Download: Adobe PDF, Microsoft Word (.doc)
  • Signing Requirements (§ 633B.105): Signed by the Principal and acknowledged before a Notary Public

Tax Power of Attorney (Form 2848) – If you need someone to represent you with the Iowa Department of Revenue, use this form.

  • Download: Adobe PDF, Microsoft Word (.doc)
  • Signing Requirements (§ 633B.105): Principal

Vehicle Power of Attorney Form 411021 – This form allows a person to designate a representative to take care of issues related to selling, purchasing or titling a motor vehicle in Iowa.

  • Download: Adobe PDF, Microsoft Word (.doc)
  • Signing Requirements (§ 633B.105): Signed by the Principal and acknowledged before a Notary Public

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