North Carolina residents, plan for the future and protect your interests with a Statutory Short Form Power of Attorney pursuant to Chapter 32A of the State General Statutes.
You may choose to grant your attorney-in-fact the power to deal with all or any of the following matters on your behalf:
- real estate,
- banking and financial transactions,
- stocks and bonds,
- personal property,
- pension and employment benefits,
- tax matters,
- legal matters,
- business operations.
This Power of Attorney does NOT give your attorney-in-fact the authority to make health care or other medical decisions for you.
This North Carolina Statutory Short Form Power of Attorney
is available in MS Word format. Easy to edit and print.
Last Updated: 14-April-2016