A Kansas power of attorney is a document that grants someone the legal authority to make decisions on your behalf. You (the “principal”) can choose an “agent” to make important legal decisions and sign paperwork when you can’t be there yourself or when you’re unable to make your own decisions due to health reasons (i.e., if you’re “incapacitated” due to injury, illness, or disability).
Kansas Power of Attorney – By Type
Vehicle Power of Attorney (Form TR-41)
Authorizes a trusted third party to manage your affairs in relation to motor vehicles.
Signing Requirements: Principal only.