Delaware power of attorney gives a person the legal right to manage aspects of another person’s health care decisions or for finances. Often times people execute these documents in anticipation of an injury, and sometimes they do so for the convenience of not having to perform routine transactions. You can choose to enact a durable power of attorney, meaning the agent will have whatever power you assign him or her even if you become incapable of making your own decisions. You can also choose for the power to go into effect immediately after you sign it, or only after you become incapable of making your own decisions. If the principal or agent have any questions regarding their roles or rights they may be able to by reviewing the State laws.
- Transfer Motor Vehicle – http://www.dmv.de.gov/services/vehicle_services/pdf/ve_frm_poa.pdf
- DMV – http://www.deldot.gov/mfta/pdf/POA.pdf