Missouri power of attorney documents allow for a person to handle financial or health care responsibilities for another person. The document may ONLY be voided upon the Principal’s death, authorization of a revocation, or if a new power of attorney form is signed. It is highly recommended that the document chosen either be notarized or signed in the presence of at least two (2) witnesses.
- Durable Financial – Use the Missouri durable power of attorney document to designate another person (anyone you may choose and does not have to be an attorney) to be able to “step in your shoes” and make any type of financial decision on your behalf.
- Medical – This document lets a resident to grant the responsibility of his or her health care decision making to someone else in the unfortunate chance the person being represented can no longer think for themselves.
- State Tax Filing – Use when hiring a tax professional to handle your filing with the Department of Revenue. It is highly recommended that the person you select is knowledgeable in this field.
- Motor Vehicle (DMV Form 4054) – This document allows a person to handle another’s person’s vehicle or boat whether it is registering or selling for the person being represented. This is commonly used when another person would like to sell their vehicle when the owner of the vehicle is out of town.