- New Jersey Durable Financial Power of Attorney Form.pdf
- New Jersey Durable Financial Power of Attorney Form.doc
Often, a financial power of attorney is very broad, and enables your agent to do most anything you can do.
For example, you can authorize your agent to do any or all of the following for you:
Manage, buy, or sell property
Manage legal claims
Prepare and file tax returns
Enter into contracts
Generally, you would want this type of power of attorney to come into effect if you suffer a disability or injury that leaves you unable to make financial decisions. However, you can also limit the powers if you need an agent to perform only one or a small number of actions for you for a limited period of time.