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Common Indiana Forms that you can download and print to use. Each one has an explanation of what it is used for. Just click the name of the form
An Indiana notary acknowledgment form is a statement certifying the legitimacy of all signatures inscribed on a document.
The purpose of a jurat is for an affiant to swear to or affirm the truthfulness of the contents of an affidavit. A notary public administers an oath or affirmation to the affiant, who verifies the truths listed in the affidavit under penalty of perjury.
A limited power of attorney is a document that gives the named person, the agent or attorney-in-fact, the legal authority to perform certain actions on behalf of the person who signs the document (known as the principal). A limited power of attorney doesn't provide the agent with full authority over the principal.
The Indiana medical power of attorney, also known as “Form 56184”, is used to appoint a health care representative to make medical decisions for the principal in the event of their incapacitation. It is important that individuals choose someone who can be available locally to meet with the principal’s health providers and share their basic values regarding healthcare. Therefore, many individuals choose their spouse to be their representative.
A durable power of attorney can be general or limited in scope, but it remains in effect after you become incapacitated. Without a durable power of attorney, if you become incapacitated, no one can represent you unless a court appoints a conservator or guardian. A durable power of attorney will remain in effect until your death unless you rescind it while you are not incapacitated.
For the creation of a written instrument that gives medical staff your desires/wishes in the event of an incapacitated state with no cure. (IC 16-36-4-10)
A Revocation of Power of Attorney (POA), is a document that takes away the legal powers granted in a Power of Attorney.
A Revocation of Power of Attorney must plainly state your desire to revoke a previous POA and include:
- The principal's name
- The attorney-in-fact's name
- The date the Power of Attorney took effect
- The date the Power of Attorney is revoked
- A notary public seal of certification
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