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North Carolina Power of Attorney Form

A power of attorney is a legal document that allows you to give someone else legal authority to make decisions about your money, property, health care, or children's care. FindLaw has partnered with US Legal to provide low-cost power of attorney forms that can be completed at your convenience. Use our guided process to customize, print, and sign your legally-valid document, fast! Get started by finding the right form for your needs.

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Do I Really Need a Power of Attorney in North Carolina?

You need a power of attorney if you want someone to do any of these things when you are physically or mentally unable to do so:

  • Pay your bills
  • Manage your property
  • Consent to medical treatment

If you do not have a POA and become incapacitated, your loved ones will have to petition a court to appoint a guardian for you. This process can be stressful and might even lead to arguments between your loved ones.

Powers of attorney also can be useful when you are healthy. For example, suppose you need to leave the country for several months. In that case, you can use a power of attorney to allow someone else to manage your property or financial matters you cannot manage remotely.


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