Can a Texas inmate issue a power of attorney?

Answer A Texan inmate is allowed to designate a power of attorney (POA) to someone trusted, to handle personal affairs while incarcerated. A general POA form can be downloaded from the Internet or purchas... Read More »

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Can an inmate have a power of attorney?

An inmate may designate an individual to be power of attorney in his or her business and health care affairs. The form needed to make this designation may be found at an office supply store. The in... Read More »

How to Terminate Temporary Power of Attorney on an Inmate?

Although minor variations exist in state laws, the process for terminating a temporary power of attorney on or for an inmate are similar. Whether the power of attorney was established for medical o... Read More »

How to Locate Power of Attorney Records in Texas?

In Texas, your ability to find a Power of Attorney (POA) record depends whether it is a financial or medical POA record. Financial Power of Attorney forms do not have to be filed unless they are pa... Read More »

Do you need to have a power of attorney notarized for the state of Texas?

In the state of Texas you must have a power of attorney (POA) signed by a notary. The reason it must be notarized is so a durable POA (one that is legally binding if you become incapacitated) can ... Read More »