If you are looking for a power of attorney in Wisconsin, there is an easy way to get a start on the process.
A power of attorney (also known as a PoA), serves as a legal document for an individual to grant their own financial and overall legal responsibility to an agent of their choice.
Finding and handling a Wisconsin power of attorney is not as difficult as it may seem. In this article, we will go over the process of getting a POA, and the different documents that come with the process.
Wisconsin Durable Power of Attorney
A durable power of attorney allows an individual to hand over financial responsibility to an agent. The durable POA is effective until someone revokes the document, regardless of what condition the principal is in.
Because of this reason, many principals will choose an agent that is a family member or close friend.
Wisconsin General Power of Attorney
The general power of attorney allows for a principal to give financial responsibility to an agent. If the principal is incapacitated in any way, the general POA will no longer be effective.
Wisconsin Limited Power of Attorney
A limited POA is a good situational option in granting an agent financial and medical responsibility for a brief time.
Wisconsin Medical Power of Attorney
A medical POA allows an agent to make medical decisions for a principal in the case that the individual cannot do so themselves.
Wisconsin Minor (Child) Power of Attorney
A minor POA allows a parent or a guardian to grant a responsible individual parental duties for their child if the original parents become ill or incapacitated.
Power of Attorney FAQ
If you are looking for a power of attorney, you may have a few questions.