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Arkansas Power of Attorney Forms (11 Types)

An Arkansas power of attorney allows a person (the principal) to select an agent to make important decisions on their behalf. The most common designations are for financial or medical responsibility. An agent can be assigned to conduct any legal matter on behalf of the principal. By Type (11) Advance Directive Durable (Statutory) Power of…

Arkansas Bill of Sale Forms (5)

An Arkansas bill of sale describes a transaction between a buyer and seller for the purchase of personal property. Commonly used for vehicle transactions, the document should be signed by both parties and can be used for registration purposes by the buyer. Forms (5) Motor Vehicle Bill of Sale – This document will record the sale…

Arkansas Lease Agreements (6) | Residential & Commercial

An Arkansas lease agreement is a contract a landlord may use for the renting of a property to a qualified tenant. A lease is written after a tenant has shown interest in the property and negotiates with the landlord the terms of an agreement. The landlord will run a credit report and verify their income…

Arkansas Eviction Notice Forms | Process & Laws

An Arkansas eviction notice is a letter sent from a landlord to a tenant to identify a lease violation. The most common infraction is late rent but can be any type of non-compliance. The tenant will have the specified number (#) of days to fix the issue. If not, the tenant will be required to…

Arkansas Real Estate Power of Attorney Form

An Arkansas real estate power of attorney form is a legal document that allows a principal who holds the title to real property to assign an attorney or agent the ability to refinance, manage or sell the property on their behalf. Because this document holds financial implications, it will require that the document be completed…

Arkansas Durable (Statutory) Power of Attorney Form

An Arkansas durable statutory power of attorney form allows a principal to nominate a spouse or trusted relative (“agent”) to handle their financials during their lifetime. The term “durable” means the principal’s incapacity will not void the agent’s powers. The form can only be terminated by the principal signing a revocation or upon their death….

Arkansas Motor Vehicle Power of Attorney Form

An Arkansas motor vehicle power of attorney is used by the owner of a vehicle (the principal) to allow an agent to deal with matters of registering, licensing, transfer of ownership, and or titling of motor vehicles in Arkansas. This is a limited power of attorney pertaining to vehicles only. How to Write 1 –…

Arkansas Revocation of Power of Attorney Form

An Arkansas revocation of power of attorney form can be used to cancel a power of attorney granted to an agent. This revocation form can be used for any power of attorney that you may have granted including a financial power of attorney, a limited power of attorney, or a health care power of attorney….

Arkansas General (Financial) Power of Attorney

An Arkansas general power of attorney (GPOA) gives financial decision-making powers to an agent the principal chooses. The agent will be required to manage the principal’s affairs and in their best interest. Under a GPOA, the form becomes void if the principal should become incapacitated (Dementia, Alzheimer’s Disease, etc.). if the principal would like to…

Arkansas Tax Power of Attorney Form

An Arkansas tax power of attorney form, otherwise known as “Department of Finance and Administration Power of Attorney,” is the paperwork used to appoint an agent to represent an individual in matters that concern them before the Department of Finance and Administration. This power of attorney grants the person you appoint the power to see…