Use our Kansas Power of Attorney (POA) forms to designate another person as your agent to legally act on your behalf.
Allowing another individual or entity to make decisions on your behalf can be done using a power of attorney.
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Durable Power of Attorney Kansas
A durable power of attorney gives an agent permission to continue managing a principal’s affairs after the principal becomes unable to make decisions. This is also known as a general power of attorney form.
Medical Power of Attorney – Kansas
Financial Power of Attorney Form – Kansas
A financial power of attorney is a legal document specifying a third party you wish to manage your financial affairs.
Kansas Power of Attorney for Child
A parental power of attorney is a legal document assigning temporary authority to a third party (agent) to take parental responsibility for a child.
Kansas DMV Power of Attorney
A vehicle or DMV power of attorney gives a trusted third party the authorization to manage your affairs in relation to motor vehicles.
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