What is a Power of Attorney?
A Power of Attorney is a written and notarized document giving a person the legal power to act on behalf of another person according to the terms of the Power of Attorney. The Probate Court does not have forms for adults or become involved with these types of documents.

For matter of Power of Attorney for minors, please view the Power of Attorney page.

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1. What is a Power of Attorney?
2. What is the difference between Power of Attorney and guardianship or conservatorship?
3. If I have a Power of Attorney, do I need a guardianship or conservatorship?
4. Can a Power of Attorney be filed with the Probate Court?
5. Can a dispute over a Power of Attorney be heard in Probate Court?