Kentucky Power of Attorney Forms
Kentucky power of attorney forms provides a person (agent) with the authority to make decisions regarding financial or medical-related tasks on behalf of another person (principal).
For any matters not specifically mentioned in a POA, the principal should use a limited power of attorney, which lets the principal create any powers they wish.
Once signed, all the agent has to do is present the document to the applicable party (such as a bank or government office) to gain the necessary authorization to act for the principal.
Grants decision-making power to the agent regardless of the mental state of the principal. Terminates upon the principal’s death.
A non-durable POA that provides the agent with far-reaching powers regarding the principal’s finances, estate, investments, and more.
For situations where the principal only needs one (1) or a few tasks handled. The form terminates once all task(s) have been completed.
Empowers an agent with the right to communicate important healthcare decisions to medical professionals when the principal can’t on their own.
Gives a person or couple the right to temporarily take over parental duties when the parents cannot do so themselves.
Completed by the owner of a motor vehicle to give another person the ability to conduct a title transfer, odometer disclosure, and other DMV-related tasks.
For allowing a person (such as a real estate agent) to sell, mortgage, refinance, or manage one’s real property located in Kentucky.