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New Hampshire Durable (Financial) Power of Attorney Form

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New Hampshire Durable (Financial) Power of Attorney Form is a hardcopy tool where a New Hampshire resident confers general financial powers on another to act in his or her behalf. Mainly, this is useful for long-term planning when anticipating the principal’s incapacity or as a precautionary method to safeguard certain responsibilities of the Principal. Thus, if the person who creates and executes this paperwork is unable or even incapable of making his or her own decisions (incapacity) there will be someone in place who can still manage their finances for them.

This Agent and the parties he or she deals with on behalf of the Principal will depend heavily upon the contents of this paperwork to make sure the Principal’s Directives are carried out. It is crucial to the Principal’s interests that the Agent is on the same page with all preferences the Principal has in a variety of situations. The information on this document should only be filled out once the Principal and the Agent have discussed the points thoroughly and to their satisfaction.

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How to Write

1 – Open The Form Using This Page Then Provide The Principal With Instructions

The paperwork needed to delegate Principal Powers to an Agent can be view in the preview image then downloaded using the button under the image. Once this form has been obtained, the Principal will need to read the page titled “Information Concerning The New Hampshire Durable Power Of Attorney.” Once the Principal has completed this task, he or she must sign the blank space at the bottom of the first page.

2 – This Paperwork Must Identify The Principal And The Agent

The first statement on this form will request that four pieces of information be entered directly within it. The first two blank spaces should have the Full Name of the Principal and the Street Address where he or she lives clearly displayed. The remainder of this paragraph must have the Full Name and Complete Address of the Agent who can assume Principal Power through this document. Report the Agent’s Full Name on the third blank line and his or her Street Address on the last blank line in this paragraph.

3 – The Principal Powers Delegated To The Agent Must Be Discussed

The list of paragraph statements below the declaration will define several Decision-Making Powers and Principal Actions the Agent may take on behalf of the Principal. The sort of Decision-Making Powers and Principal Actions the Agent may use Principal Power with will depend solely on whether the Principal initials a statement defining that Power. The Principal must initial each Statement of Power that he or she wishes to include in the Principal Agent’s Power of Authority.

Turn your attention to the first paragraph statement with a blank line preceding it. Here the Principal can appoint the Agent with the Authority to deal with individuals, institutions, and any other entity using Principal Property over his or her Personal or Business Property (any kind) by simply initialing the blank space provided.

The Principal can also give the Agent Principal Authority to engage in conducting Business Transactions on behalf of the Principal when he or she initials the blank space corresponding to this paragraph.

In the third paragraph, the Principal will be able to appoint the Agent with the Principal Power to Collect any debts owed to the Principal and/or to Satisfy any payments owed by the Principal in the Name of the Principal by supplying his or her initials on the blank space provided.

If the Agent is to engage in Leasing Property on behalf of the Principal, the fourth paragraph will provide the language to deliver Principal Power to Lease Property Out or to Lease Property on behalf of the Principal. The Principal should initial the blank space provided to grant Principal Leasing Powers to the Agent.

The fifth paragraph statement delivers the Principal Authority the Agent will need to effect Repairs and Maintenance on behalf of the Principal to the Agent once the Principal initials the blank space provided.

The Agent may be appointed with the Principal Power to Negotiate, Control, Enter, or Dissolve Contracts, Agreements, and Applications in the Name of the Principal, if the Principal initials the sixth statement.

The Principal may delegate the Representational Powers needed to exert Principal Authority over his or her Taxes in relation to the I.R.S., the Treasury Department, and other interested institutions to the Agent when he or she initials the seventh paragraph.

In the eighth statement, the Principal can appoint the Agent with the required Principal Power to perform all the actions defined here as if he or she were the Principal and to take any action necessary that such actions/directives are completed, the Principal will need to initial the blank space provided.

If the Principal Power wishes to supply additional Instructions regarding the Powers granted to the Agent in this document, he or she may do so in the last statement “Special Instructions For My Agent” using the blank lines supplied in this item. Once any such instructions have been successfully transcribed, the Principal must initial the blank line corresponding to this item.

4 – The Principal, Principal Agent, Witnesses, and Notary Public Must Execute This Document

In the statement beginning with the words “Dated At,” the Principal must enter the location where he or she is signing this form. Then using the second, third, and fourth line the Principal must record the Date of his or her Signature. The Principal must, then,  sign the blank line directly below the words “Principal Signature” in the presence on at least one Witness and a Notary Public.

The next paragraph requires the Name of the Witness clearly displayed on the first blank space. Then on the two blank lines below the words “Witness’s Signature,” the Witness must Sign and Print his or her Name.

The section titled “Acknowledgment By Principal,” will be worked on by the Notary Public notarizing this signing.

Locate the page “Instructions To Agent Pursuant To N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. §506:6” then, enter the Name of the Agent on the first blank space. After reading this passage, the Agent must provide his or her Signature on the blank space labeled “Agent’s Signature.”

The final section is the area where the Notary Public may notarize the Agent’s Signing. Only this entity may notarize the Agent’s Signature and satisfy this section’s requirements.