A power of attorney gives written authorization to a person or entity to represent another in their private, business, or other legal affairs.
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- NJ Powers of Attorney
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Durable Power of Attorney – NJ
A durable power of attorney is one that remains valid even when the principal becomes incapacitated.
The above POA template is also known as a general power of attorney, whereas the following forms are limited powers of attorney. A limited power of attorney restricts an agent’s powers to tasks specified by the principal in a legal document.
Medical Power of Attorney – NJ
If you wish to provide legal instructions to your caregivers on how to manage your care should you become incapacitated, you should create a medical power of attorney.
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NJ DMV Power of Attorney
You may use a DMV power of authority to give another person or entity (the agent) the authority to make decisions and execute transactions relating to vehicles on your behalf.
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Real Estate Power of Attorney – NJ
To assign legal authority to a third party (agent) to act on your behalf in matters relating to real estate only, you may use a document called a real estate power of attorney. On downloading the forms below, sign only against the real estate-related powers and leave the line next to the other powers blank.
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NJ Tax Power of Attorney
Under the terms of a tax power of attorney, a named agent may file taxes on your behalf and manage your other tax affairs.NJ Tax Power of Attorney
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How to Get Power of Attorney in NJ
All the powers of attorney forms and templates offered on this page comply with the requirements of the state of New Jersey power of attorney requirements. Use the form(s) that suit your needs: