Mississippi Power of Attorney Form

The Mississippi power of attorney is a legal form that is used when an individual (the principal) appoints an agent to make decisions and manage affairs on their behalf. Once signed, the agent has the legal authority to handle financial, medical, guardianship, and tax-related matters.

Last updated June 7th, 2024

The Mississippi power of attorney is a legal form that is used when an individual (the principal) appoints an agent to make decisions and manage affairs on their behalf. Once signed, the agent has the legal authority to handle financial, medical, guardianship, and tax-related matters.

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The Mississippi power of attorney form allows the principal to appoint an individual to make all financial, medical, and other desired decisions on their behalf in the event the principal cannot do so.

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What is the Definition of “Power of Attorney”?

Definition by the Uniform Power of Attorney Act:

“A “Power of attorney” is a document that gives an agent the authority to act on behalf of the principal.”

Source: § 102(7)

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FAQs

  1. Does Mississippi have its own version of the POA form? Yes, Form 21-002-13.

Mississippi PDF Power of Attorney Form: Preview Example

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Mississippi Power Of Attorney

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