Connecticut Power of Attorney Forms

The Connecticut Power of Attorney Forms are a set of legal documents that can be used individually or in conjunction with one another to encompass a narrow or wide range of issues concerning the care of an individual’s personal or business matters. These issues span their medical treatment, children, taxes, and property. 

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What is a Connecticut Power of Attorney?

Connecticut Power of Attorney

  • Connecticut Power of Attorney Laws – (Chapter 15c “Uniform Power of Attorney Act”)
  • State Definition of Power of Attorney (§ 1-350a) – “means a writing or other record that grants authority to an agent to act in the place of the principal, whether or not the term power of attorney is used.”
  • Signing Requirements (§ 1-350d) – Principal’s signature must be witnessed by Notary Public; if another individual is signing on behalf of the principal, the signature must be witnessed by two (2) witnesses.

Types

Durable (Statutory) Power of Attorney Form –

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General (Financial) Power of Attorney Form –

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Limited (Special) Power of Attorney Form

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Medical Power of Attorney Form – A legal form that can encompass a number of medical-related circumstances whereby an Agent should act on behalf of a Principal to make relevant decisions.

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Minor Child Power of Attorney Form

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Motor Vehicle Power of Attorney (Form A-83)

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Real Estate (Property) Power of Attorney Form

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Revocation Power of Attorney Form

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State Tax Power of Attorney (Form LGL-001)

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When is it Effective?

According to § 1-350d, for a POA to be valid, it must 1) be signed by the principal or another person authorized to sign the principal’s name (and subsequently witnessed by two (2) witnesses), and 2) the principal’s signature must be viewed while in the presence of a Notary Public (or other lawful entity authorized to take acknowledgments).

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