Wisconsin power of attorney forms
allow a person to select someone else to make actions and decisions on his or her behalf. All situations must be completed in the best interests of the Principal and most documents must be signed with a Notary Public present to be legal. If the principal or agent have any questions about their rights the individual should view the State laws (Chapter 244 – Uniform Power of Attorney for Finances and Property
- Allows a person to select someone else to act to his or her benefit for any financially related action in the State.
- Choose a health care agent to handle medical decisions on your behalf in the event that you cannot do so yourself due to a condition.
- Allows a parent of a minor may be able to choose someone else to handle all guardianship decisions on behalf of their child.
- Select an agent, usually a Certified Public Accountant (CPA), to handle your State tax filing with the Department of Revenue.
- Select someone else to handle any type of vehicle related matter on your behalf in reference to transferring ownership or department of motor vehicle registration/title.
- Use to cancel a financial power of attorney document that is valid.
- Use to cancel a medical power of attorney document that is valid.