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Indiana Power of Attorney Forms is a type of form you can use to make someone your representative to act on your behalf with your financial or health or other matters. Since you are allowing someone to act on your behalf, it is important that your representative be someone that you trust implicitly with your finances or other matters. The representative should be reliable and responsible as well.  All forms should comply with Title 30, Article 5 (Powers of Attorney) of the Indiana Code.


Durable Power of Attorney – Permits the person granting the power to appoint a friend or relative he or she trusts to manage his or her financial and other interests as set forth in the document. This power continues even if the principal becomes incapacitated and is not able to make decisions for themselves.

General Power of Attorney – Permits the person granting the power to allow a trusted, responsible person to administer certain matters for his or her benefit. In the event the person making the POA is no longer able to make decisions for himself, this type of document will no longer be valid.

Limited Power of Attorney – A POA limited to a specific transaction or event.

Health Care and Appointment of Representative – This form allows you to choose a person you trust to make health care decisions for you.

Minor Child Power of Attorney – Allows a parent to appoint someone to be a guardian for their children in the event they are away for an extended period of time.

Power of Attorney Revocation – Terminates a POA that was entered into previously.

Real Estate Power of Attorney – A special request that only allows an individual to handle the sale or control of real property.

Tax Power of Attorney (Form 49357) – Allows you to appoint someone to represent you in front of the tax authorities.

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  • Signing Requirements: Taxpayer

Vehicle Power of Attorney (Form 01940) – To use when you need someone to represent you in front of the Bureau of Motor Vehicles.

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  • Signing Requirements: Principal and Notary Public