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Oregon Power of Attorney Forms provide a way for one person to make another person his or her legal representative. This power will be accessible to the agent in the situations and/or circumstances defined by the principal. There are many different forms of POAs, each catered to one or more areas of the principal’s life. Some POAs are broad, in that they confer broad power over a person’s assets and property to another. Others are narrower and meant for certain discrete purposes, such as for healthcare, or for a limited real estate transaction. In all of these situations, it is very important the elected agent be trustworthy and reliable. The power of attorney statute in Oregon can be found using the link below.

LawsO.R.S. Chapter 127 (Powers of Attorney)

All Types

Advance Directive (Medical Power of Attorney) – This form is for use when you want to appoint another to make health care decisions on your behalf if you can’t make them for yourself for some reason.


Durable (Financial) Power of Attorney – May be used to appoint a person to manage your financial affairs, including the acquisition and disposition of assets. This type will stay in effect beyond the point where you are no longer able to make your own decisions. That’s why its called “durable”.


General Power of Attorney – This form is similar to the “durable” type because it allows you to appoint another to handle a broad range of financial matters. However, this type terminates when the principal is determined to be incapacitated and unable to make his or her own decisions.


Limited Power of Attorney – This form is for use in limited situations, such as a single transaction or a discrete time period.


Minor Child Power of Attorney – This form is for use when you want to have someone in place to be in charge of your children in the event you are unavailable. This will allow your appointed person to make decisions regarding the children’s health care and schooling.


Real Estate Power of Attorney – For the benefit of a landlord, this document allows the designation of a person to handle any and all aspects of the sale or management of real property.


Revocation of Power of Attorney – This form is for use when you are seeking to cancel a POA that you have executed in the past. In addition to filling this out, you will need to make sure all the relevant parties receive notice of the revocation.


Tax Power of Attorney Form – This form is used when you seek to appoint a tax professional to handle your tax matters before the taxing authority.

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  • Signing Requirements: Principal Only

Vehicle Power of Attorney – This form is for use when you wish to appoint another to handle your motor vehicle titling and registration in front of the Oregon Department of Motor Vehicles.

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  • Signing Requirements: Principal Only

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