If you would prefer to give somebody else the authority to manage your affairs, you may do so legally with a power of attorney.
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- Missouri Powers of Attorney
- How to Get Power of Attorney in Missouri
Durable Power of Attorney – Missouri
When you set up a durable power of attorney, you authorize an agent to manage your affairs even if you lose the capacity to manage them yourself.
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Medical Power of Attorney – Missouri
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Power of Attorney For Minor Child – Missouri
A power of attorney giving a third party (agent or guardian) the authority to assume parental responsibility of a minor child for a limited time is called a parental power of attorney or power of attorney for a minor child.
Missouri DMV Power of Attorney
A trusted third party (agent) named in a DMV or motor vehicle power of attorney may execute vehicle-related transactions such as transfer of ownership on behalf of the principal.Missouri DMV Form 4054
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How to Get Power of Attorney in Missouri
Durable powers of attorney in Missouri are regulated by Missouri Statute 404.700 to 404.737, with which all forms available on this page comply. To get a power of attorney in Missouri, download the power of attorney forms most relevant to your needs:
Section 404.705 lists the requirements for a durable power of attorney in Missouri. The POA document must contain the:
- name and signature of the principal
- name and contact information of the agent(s)
- what powers are granted to the agent
- when the powers begin and end
- name and signature of a notary public