A Military Power of Attorney (or "Military POA") is written and signed by a service member who wants to grant certain authorities to someone such as a friend or family member to handle legal or financial matters in his or her absence. The service member would typically elect as the "attorney-in-fact" someone they had a great deal of trust in, as powers of attorney will allow the individual selected to make important decisions in the service member's name. This Military Power of Attorney will allow such powers as: taking possession and accepting delivery of personal property, managing housing and real estate transactions, using and operating motor vehicles in the service member's name, performing banking transactions, preparing and filing the service member's taxes, and many other available authorities.
Other names for this document: Military Power of Attorney Form, Military POA
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