Oklahoma Power of Attorney Forms

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Oklahoma power of attorney forms let a person choose someone else to act in their place and make decisions on their behalf. There are many types ranging from handling financial affairs to selecting medical choices for someone while acting in their best interest. The person granting power, the “principal”, has the option to give durable powers that would have the form remain in effect even if the principal should become incapacitated. Any of the forms can be used after they have been signed under the requirements of State law.

Types (9)


Durable (Statutory) Power of Attorney – Allows a person to appoint someone to handle their general financial affairs. This is often used in long-term planning situations where a person wants to make sure they have someone they trust in place to handle their matters if they are no longer able to do so.

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Signing Requirements (§ 58-1072.2): Two (2) witnesses (in addition, notarization is also recommended, but not required, and is included in the statutory short form).

 


General Power of Attorney – Similar to the “durable” form in that it allows a person to appoint another to handle general financial affairs, however, this type terminates upon a person’s incapacity, unlike the “durable” form.

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Signing Requirements (§ 58-1072.2): Two (2) witnesses (in addition, notarization is also recommended, but not required, and is included in the statutory short form).

 


Limited Power of Attorney – Used when a person wants to appoint someone to handle a discreet transaction or act for a short time frame.

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Signing Requirements (§ 58-1072.2): Two (2) witnesses (in addition, notarization is also recommended, but not required, and is included in the statutory short form).

 


Medical Power of Attorney – Used when an individual chooses to appoint a trusted person to handle their health care decisions in the event that they are no longer able to do so.

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Signing Requirements (§ 63-3101.4): Two (2) witnesses.

 

 


Minor Child Power of Attorney – This form is used when parents wish to have a caretaker appointed to handle their children’s affairs when they are unavailable to do so themselves.

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Signing Requirements (§ 10-701): Notary public.

 


Real Estate Power of Attorney – For the use of allowing someone else to handle the decisions of real property to the benefit of the owner (Principal).

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Signing Requirements (§ 58-1072.2): Two (2) witnesses (notarization is also recommended as it is included in the statutory short form).

 


Revocation of Power of Attorney – This form is used to revoke previous POAs. It is important that in addition to this form, you inform all relevant parties, including your agents and successor agents that they are no longer to act on the POA.

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Signing Requirements: Not State laws although notary acknowledgment is recommended.

 


Tax Power of Attorney (Form BT-129) – This form allows an individual to appoint a representative to handle their tax matters before the tax authority in Oklahoma.

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Signing Requirements: Principal and representative.

 

 


Vehicle Power of Attorney – This form allows an individual to appoint a representative to handle their titling and registration matters in front of the Oklahoma Motor Vehicle Commission.

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Signing Requirements: Notary public.


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