Alabama Power of Attorney Forms
When a person is granted power of attorney, it means the person has been granted legal authority to act on behalf of another person as if the other person were taking the actions personally. Power of attorney should never be given to someone who cannot be trusted to handle that power responsibly.
We do not provide a drafting service for power of attorney forms, but have made the following forms for an Alabama power of attorney available through an affiliate relationship with US Legal Forms. If you are looking for a form for a medical power of attorney, visit the Alabama Wills and Living Wills page. For other legal forms, go to the Alabama Legal Forms directory.
- Alabama Power of Attorney Forms Package (all of the forms listed below in one package)
- Durable Power of Attorney
- Durable Special Power of Attorney for Loan Closing
- Power of Attorney For Delegation of Parental Authority
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