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Nebraska Power of Attorney Forms provides a method by which a person can legally allow someone to take his or her place in certain situations. There are forms that allow you to appoint someone to handle and represent your financial matters or more specific matters. For instance, one form enables you to appoint someone to represent your health matters while another form serves to appoint someone to handle your tax matters. In all cases, you are giving someone power over your decision making power and (in some cases) your property, so it is vitally important that the person you choose is someone you trust to act in your place.

LawsChapter 30 of the Revised Statutes


Durable (Statutory) Power of Attorney – Appoint a person to take over your property and finances and act on your behalf. This form continues in effect even if you become unable to make your own decisions.

General Power of Attorney – Appoint someone to manage your finances and property and act in your stead. However, unlike the durable form, this POA becomes void if you become incapacitated.

Health Care Power of Attorney – To be used to appoint a friend or relative to make your health care decisions in the event you are unable to.

Limited Power of Attorney – Can be used to appoint someone for any specific or limited transaction.

Minor Child Power of Attorney – Allows you to delegate your parental authority over your children to another in the event you will be away or unavailable for a period of time.

Revocation of Power of Attorney – Used to revoke any POA that may have been entered into in the past.

Real Estate Power of Attorney – For the use of hiring a representative to handle the management, private sale, or purchase of real property between the buyer/seller and another party. The agent selected must act in the best interests of the principal and all proceeds shall forward to the beneficiary.

Tax Power of Attorney Form – Use to appoint a tax professional or another to handle your taxes.

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  • Signing Requirements: Principal Only

Vehicle Power of Attorney – Use to appoint another to handle the titling and registration of your car or other motor vehicle.

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  • Signing Requirements: Notary acknowledgment