A power of attorney (POA) is a legal document that gives power to another party (called the “agent”) to act on your (the “principal’s”) behalf.
Power of attorney forms can be used to grant authority over financial, medical, and property decisions.
Choose your Nebraska (NE) power of attorney form from the different types of power of attorney below.
Nebraska (NE) Power of Attorney Documents
How to Get Power of Attorney in Nebraska
You can download power of attorney forms from the State of Nebraska Judicial Branch website, but these are not the only forms you can use.
All forms on this page comply with the Nebraska Uniform Power of Attorney Act, which covers the rules for power of attorney in Nebraska.
After completing the form, but before signing it, take it to a notary. The notary must witness your signature and notarize the document. Once this is done, the document becomes legally valid.
Nebraska POA Requirements
When creating your form in Nebraska (NE), you need to ensure that it complies with the Nebraska Uniform Power of Attorney law.
In Nebraska, power of attorney documents created after January 1, 2013, are durable unless otherwise stated within the document.