Nevada Limited Power of Attorney Form
A Nevada limited power of attorney permits a resident of Nevada (named the “principal”) to give another person (named the “agent”) the means to handle short-term financial or legal tasks. It is commonly used for picking up mail, signing a check, or managing real estate on behalf of the principal. This type of document immediately terminates when the agent completes the assigned tasks or the document reaches its expiration.
If the principal wants the agent to handle their financial affairs for an extended period of time, a general power of attorney should be selected. Similarly, medical and durable power of attorneys should be chosen for tasks that are related to health care or after-life wishes. Although this document typically does not last long, the principal can null the agreement by completing a revocation form.
Signing requirements (§ 162A.220(1)) – Requires notarization.