A power of attorney is a legal document that allows a person to designate someone to act on his or her behalf. For example, you might need someone to pay your bills while you are out of the country or you’re leaving the kids with grandma and you want to appoint her their guardian while you’re away. You might want to prepare for the possibility of becoming too ill to take care of selling your house if you have to move to a nursing home. There are many instances where you would need a power of attorney and Bradford Publishing has Colorado specific power of attorney forms to help you.
Powers of attorney can be very useful but they can be risky if you don’t understand the rights of control that you are transferring. Reading Using Powers of Attorney in Colorado will provide a clear explanation of the differences between the various Colorado power of attorney documents and a glossary of terms associated with the documents. Samples of the forms, showing how they are filled out, are included.