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Find information and legal forms for a Power of Attorney and Advanced Directives in Montana. Learn about your rights if you have a Power of Attorney. 

  • Power of Attorney in Montana

    Information you should know when thinking about naming a power of attorney. Learn about your rights if you have a power of attorney, the risks, the rights and responsibilities of an agent, and more. Read More

    By:
    Montana State University Extension
  • Can I still make decisions if someone else has my Power of Attorney?

    Learn about your rights when you have a Power of Attorney. Read More

    By:
    Montana Legal Services Association (MLSA)
  • Fill-In-The-Blank Power of Attorney for Property Form

    This link will get you forms for power of attorney for property. These forms are ones you print out, then fill-in-the-blanks. This publication tells you about the power of attorney for property. This is the act of giving another person authority to act in your place. Content Detail

    By:
    Montana State University Extension
  • Advance Directive

    This Advance Directive can tell your family and health care providers your decisions if you get ill and cannot tell them yourself. Write-in-the-blank forms allow you to print out a form, then write your information into the form with a pen. Content Detail

    By:
    Montana Supreme Court Commission on Self Represented Litigants
  • Durable Power of Attorney Abuse

    Describes abuse of a power of attorney and how the victim or victim's family can get help. Content Detail

    By:
    National Center on Elder Abuse/ABA Commission on Law and Aging
  • Managing Someone Else's Money guides

    Millions of Americans are managing money or property for a loved one who is unable to pay bills or make financial decisions. This can be very overwhelming. But, it’s also a great opportunity to help someone you care about, and protect them from scams and fraud. Find information about Power of Attorney, Court-Appointed Guardians, Trustees, and Government Fiduciaries (i.e. Social Security Payees). The guides help you to be a financial caregiver in three ways: - They walk you through your duties. - They tell you how to watch out for scams and financial exploitation, and what to do if your loved one is a victim. - They tell you where you can go for help. Read More

    By:
    Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
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