Connecticut residents, plan for the future and protect your interests with a Statutory Short Form Power of Attorney pursuant to the Uniform Statutory Form Power of Attorney Act.
At your option, you can choose to give your attorney-in-fact the power to deal with a number of matters for you, including:
- real estate,
- banking and financial transactions,
- stocks and bonds,
- personal property,
- pension and employment benefits,
- tax matters,
- legal matters,
- business operations,
- AS WELL AS the authority to make medical decisions on your behalf.
This Connecticut Statutory Short Form Power of Attorney
is available in MS Word format.
Last Updated: 14-April-2016