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Nevada Power of Attorney Forms can be useful when you need someone to represent you using the same authority you wield. There are several types of powers of attorney that can be delegated to an agent. It will be up to the principal issuing this document to decide upon which type is appropriate to the situation. Regardless of the type of power of attorney used, these documents basically accomplish the same goal: namely to legally appoint another to act on your behalf by taking action and making decisions with your affairs as if he or she were you.

Delivering this type of authority to an Agent can have a profound effect on an individual’s finances. Therefore, each template requires that you choose your representative from among trustworthy and reliable relatives and friends. It is worth noting that because you are conveying your own authority to another, most forms require witnesses or a notary or both to witness your signature. All forms should comply with NRS Chapter 162A.


Durable (Statutory) Power of Attorney – The durable form, conveying general financial authority over property, is often used as a long-term planning technique anticipating a time where the principal (the person making the POA) may become debilitated enough that he or she can no longer make his or her own decisions.

General Power of Attorney – This form also conveys general financial authority over property, but unlike the durable form, it becomes ineffective and void upon the principal’s incapacity.

Limited Power of Attorney – This form allows a principal to convey authority to an agent for a specific event or limited time period.

Durable Power of Attorney for Health Care Decisions – This document conveys legal authority to another to make health care decisions for the principal in the event the principal is rendered unconscious, mentally incompetent or otherwise unable to communicate or effectively make their own decisions.

Minor Child Power of Attorney – This form allows a parent to convey authority to another or the care and support of their children. It is usually used when the parents anticipate being away and unavailable for a period of time.

Revocation of Power of Attorney – This form is used to terminate a previous POA. It is important that this form is used in conjunction with providing notice to the agent and others that you are revoking a POA.

Real Estate Power of Attorney – For representation that is specific to only an individual or entity’s real property needs in regards to selling (attending a closing), buying, or the everyday management consisting of repairs, authorizing leases, and filing for eviction.

Tax Power of Attorney Form – This form provides a way in which you can convey authority to a tax professional or another to handle your tax matters in front of the tax authorities.

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  • Signing Requirements: Principal Only

Vehicle Power of Attorney (Form VP136) – This form allows you to convey authority to act to another on behalf of your interests in a motor vehicle -usually to effect a title or registration application.

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  • Signing Requirements: Notary acknowledgment