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What is a Maryland Power of Attorney?

A Maryland Power of Attorney (PoA) is a legal document that grants a selected individual the authority to manage legal and financial affairs for you, such as selling real estate, signing contracts, and accessing bank accounts. 
 
The person granting control is known as the "principal," while the people or organizations receiving authority are called the "agents." Suited for residents of Maryland, this Power of Attorney is made for use in Baltimore County, Montgomery County, Prince George's County, and in every other county or municipality throughout the state. All Maryland Power of Attorney forms from Rocket Lawyer can be edited to address your particular scenario. With this official document on hand, your agent will be able to provide confirmation to financial institutions and other parties that they can legally act in your interest when you are not present or able.

When to use a Maryland Power of Attorney:

  • You wish to give someone broad authorization to act for you if you are absent or incapable.
  • You wish to give someone power to handle certain financial or legal issues in your absence or if you become ill.
  • You wish to authorize someone to act on your behalf if case you become legally incompetent or incapacitated.

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IMPORTANT INFORMATION AND WARNING

 

You should be very careful in deciding whether or not to sign this document. The powers granted by you (the principal) in this document are broad and sweeping. This power of attorney authorizes another person (your agent) to make decisions concerning your property for you (the principal). Your agent will be able to make decisions and act with respect to your property (including your money) whether or not you are able to act for yourself. You should select someone you trust to serve as your agent. Unless you specify otherwise, generally the agent's authority will continue until you die or revoke the power of attorney or the agent resigns or is unable to act for you. You need not grant all of the powers listed.

 

This power of attorney becomes effective immediately unless you state otherwise in the Special Instructions.

 

You should obtain competent legal advice before you sign this power of attorney if you have any questions about the document or the authority you are granting to your agent.

 

DESIGNATION OF AGENT(S)

 

I, , residing at , , , hereby appoint Each Agent may act independently, without the consent of the other Agent. The Agents must act jointly, with the consent of the other Agent.

 

or if we become legally separated or divorced, If either Agent is unable to serve for any reason, the other Agent shall serve alone. If either Agent is unable to serve for any reason, I appoint , of , , , as my Successor Agent to serve alone. If either Agent is unable to serve for any reason or if we become legally separated or divorced, I appoint , of , , as my Successor Agent to serve alone. If both Agents are unable to serve (either together or independently) I appoint , , , to act as my Alternate Successor Agent to serve alone.

I hereby revoke any and all general powers of attorney that previously have been signed by me. I hereby revoke any and all special powers of attorney that previously have been signed by me. I hereby revoke any and all general powers of attorney and special powers of attorney that previously have been signed by me. However, the preceding sentence shall not have the effect of revoking any powers of attorney that are directly related to my health care that previously have been signed by me.

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insurance or annuity accounts

retirement accounts

payable on death savings accounts

payable on death checking accounts

 

 

 

  . Provide for the support and protection of myself, my spouse, or of any minor child I have a duty to support or have established a pattern of prior support, including, without limitation, provision for food, lodging, housing, medical services, recreation and travel;

 

. Maintain and/or operate any business that I may own.

 

. Employ professional and business assistance as may be appropriate, including attorneys, accountants, and real estate Agents.

 

my homestead as described in the attached Exhibit. any homestead that I now own or may own in the future. my homestead legally described as:

 

 

If the Agent is my spouse, then I also hereby appoint , of , as my substitute Agent solely for the purpose of releasing any dower, homestead or other inchoate interest or other property rights (of whatever nature), which under local law may not be released by my spouse.

. Make gifts from my assets to members of my family and to such other persons or charitable organizations with whom I have an established pattern of giving (or if it is appropriate to make such gifts for estate planning and/or tax purposes), to file state and federal gift tax returns, and to file a tax election to split gifts with my spouse, if any. No Agent acting under this instrument, except as specifically authorized in this instrument, shall have the power or authority to (a) gift, appoint, assign or designate any of my assets, interests or rights, directly or indirectly, to such Agent, such Agent's estate, such Agent's creditors, or the creditors of such Agent's estate, (b) exercise any powers of appointment I may hold in favor of such Agent, such Agent's estate, such Agent's creditors, or the creditors of such Agent's estate, or (c) use any of my assets to discharge any of such Agent's legal obligations, including any obligations of support which such Agent may owe to others, excluding those whom I am legally obligated to support.

. To transfer any of my assets to the trustee of any revocable trust created by me, if such trust is in existence at the time of such transfer.

 

. To utilize my assets to fund a trust not created by me, but to which I have either established a pattern of funding, or to fund a trust created by my Agent for my benefit or the benefit of my dependents, heirs or devisees upon the advice of a financial adviser.

 

. To create, sign, modify or revoke any trust agreements or other trust documents in an attempt to manage or create a trust that was created for my benefit or the benefit of my dependants, heirs or devisees. This shall include the creation, modification or revocation of any inter vivos, family living, irrevocable or revocable trusts.

 

. To exercise fiduciary responsibilities that I have a right to delegate.

 

. Subject to other provisions of this document, my Agent may disclaim any interest, which might otherwise be transferred or distributed to me from any other person, estate, trust, or other entity, as may be appropriate. However, my Agent may not disclaim assets to which I would be entitled, if the result is that the disclaimed assets pass directly or indirectly to my Agent or my Agent's estate.

 

. Have access to my healthcare and medical records and statements regarding billing, insurance and payments.

 

. Act on my behalf for the purposes of managing, distributing, and terminating my digital assets. For the purposes of this Power of Attorney, digital assets shall mean electronic assets that are stored on my computers, electronic devices, or on any online account, as identified in the Digital Assets Memorandum of this Power of Attorney. Online accounts include, but are not limited to, social-networking sites, online backup services, servers, email accounts, photo and document sharing sites, financial and business accounts, domain names, virtual property, websites, and blogs. The Digital Assets Memorandum, with associated websites, usernames, passwords, and related information, is hereby incorporated by reference into this Power of Attorney and shall be distributed to my Agent designated in this Power of Attorney. My Agent shall have the power and authority to manage, conduct, and to exercise all of my legal rights and powers relating to my digital assets, including all rights and powers that I may acquire in the future. My Agent's powers shall include, but not be limited to, the power to access, download, and backup digital assets, convert my file formats, access any and all devices necessary to manage digital assets, and clear computer caches and delete files.

 

. Open, maintain or close bank accounts (including, but not limited to, checking accounts, savings accounts, and certificates of deposit), brokerage accounts, retirement plan accounts, and other similar accounts with financial institutions. This power shall include the authority to conduct any business with any banking or financial institution with respect to any of my accounts, including, but not limited to, making deposits and withdrawals, negotiating or endorsing any checks or other instruments with respect to any such accounts, obtaining bank statements, passbooks, drafts, money orders, warrants, and certificates or vouchers payable to me by any person, firm, corporation, or political entity.

 

. Open, maintain or close the following specific accounts. This power shall include the authority to conduct any transaction for these accounts, including, but not limited to, making deposits and withdrawals, negotiating or endorsing any checks or other instruments with respect to any such accounts, obtaining bank statements, passbooks, drafts, money orders, warrants, and certificates or vouchers payable to me by any person, firm, corporation, or political entity.

 

 

Perform any act necessary to deposit, negotiate, sell, or transfer any note, bond, security, or draft of the United States of America, including U.S. Treasury Securities.

 

Institute, supervise, prosecute, defend, intervene in, abandon, compromise, arbitrate, settle, dismiss, and appeal from any and all legal, equitable, judicial or administrative hearings, actions, suits, proceedings, attachments, arrests or distresses, involving me in any way.

 

 

 

. . . Sell or convey any interest of mine in real estate (whether currently owned or later acquired). Sell or convey any interest of mine in real estate located at Sell or convey any interest of mine in real estate located at

The total sale price must be at least .

 

If the Agent is my spouse, then I also hereby appoint of , , as my substitute Agent solely for the purpose of releasing any dower, homestead or other inchoate interest or other property rights (of whatever nature), which under local law may not be released by my spouse.

 

. . . Mortgage or encumber any interest of mine in real estate (whether currently owned or later acquired). Mortgage or encumber any interest of mine in real estate located at: Mortgage or encumber any interest of mine in real estate located at:

 

If the Agent is my spouse, then I also hereby appoint of , , as my substitute Agent solely for the purpose of releasing any dower, homestead or other inchoate interest or other property rights (of whatever nature), which under local law may not be released by my spouse.

 

. . . Manage, insure, improve, repair, collect rents, execute leases, or take any other action that a landlord might take, with respect to any interest of mine in real estate (whether currently owned or later acquired). Manage, insure, improve, repair, collect rents, execute leases, or take any other action that a landlord might take, with respect to any interest of mine in real estate located at: Manage, insure, improve, repair, collect rents, execute leases, or take any other action that a landlord might take, with respect to any interest of mine in real estate located at:  .  .  . Sell or convey any personal property that I might own now or in the future, tangible or intangible, on such terms and conditions as my Agent deems appropriate. Sell or convey .

 

This power shall include the power to (i) sign contracts of sale and documents to transfer title (including bills of sale), and (ii) accept a security interest for any unpaid portion of the purchase price.

 

 

This power shall include the power to (i) obtain credit upon such terms as my Agent may deem appropriate, subject to the limitations (if any) stated above, (ii) sign any documents (including notes, credit agreements, security agreements, and financing statements), and (iii) take any other action that may be required to complete the above transactions.

 

 

, , .

 

This power shall include the power to: (i) make and carry out decisions regarding sales, purchases, employees, loans, and equipment, and (ii) take any action needed (at the discretion of my Agent) to operate the business.

 

This power shall be limited to the power to make decisions in the ordinary course of business, including, but not limited to, decisions regarding sales, purchases, employees, and equipment.

 

. Prepare, sign, and file documents with any governmental body or agency. Prepare, sign, and file documents with any governmental body or agency. Prepare, sign, and file documents with any governmental body or agency

. Prepare, sign, and file income, gift and other tax returns of all kinds with federal, state, local, and other governmental bodies, and any Power of Attorney form appointing an Agent required by the Internal Revenue Service and/or any state or local taxing authority.

 

. Obtain information or documents from any government or its agencies, and represent me in all tax matters, including the authority to negotiate, compromise, or settle any matter with such government or agency.

 

. Prepare applications, provide information, and perform any other act reasonably requested by any government or its agencies in connection with governmental benefits (including medical, military and social security benefits), and to appoint anyone, including my Agent, to act as my "Representative Payee" for the purpose of receiving Social Security benefits.

. Act on my behalf with respect to the following matters: . Act on my behalf with respect to the following matters: . Act on my behalf with respect to the following matters:

-Exercise all stock rights on my behalf as my proxy, including all rights with respect to stocks, bonds, debentures, commodities, options or other investments.

-Enter into binding contracts on my behalf.

-Purchase, maintain, surrender, collect, or cancel (a) life insurance or annuities of any kind on my life or on the life of anyone in whom I have an insurable interest, (b) liability insurance protecting me and my estate against third party claims, (c) hospital insurance, medical insurance, Medicare supplement insurance, custodial care insurance, and disability income insurance for me or any of my dependents, and (d) casualty insurance insuring assets of mine against loss or damage due to fire, theft, or other commonly insured risk; to pay all insurance premiums, to select any options under such policies, to increase coverage under any such policy, to borrow against any such policy, to pursue all insurance claims on my behalf, to adjust insurance losses, and the foregoing powers shall apply to private and public plans, including but not limited to Medicare, Medicaid, SSI and Worker's Compensation; to designat and change beneficiaries of insurance policies insuring my life and beneficiaries under any annuity contract in which I have an interest; to decrease coverage under or cancel any of these policies described above; to receive and make such disposition of the cash value on termination of any such policy as my Agent deems appropriate. However, my Agent shall have no power or authority whatsoever with respect to any interest in or incidents of ownership in any policy of insurance I may own on the life of my Agent.

-Create and contribute to an employee benefit plan, including a plan for a self-employed individual, for my benefit; to elect retirement on my behalf; to select any payment option under any IRA or employee benefit plan in which I am a participant, including plans for self-employed individuals, or to change options I have selected; to make voluntary contributions to such plans; to make "roll-overs" of plan benefits into other retirement plans; to apply for and receive payments and benefits; to waive rights given to nonemployee spouses under state or federal law; to borrow money or purchase assets from such plans, if authorized by such plans; to make revocable and irrevocable beneficiary designations and to change revocable beneficiary designations; to consent and/or waive consent in connection with the designation of beneficiaries and the selection of joint and survivor annuities under any employee benefit plan.

-Employ professional and business advisors as may be appropriate, including attorneys, accountants, and real estate Agents.

-Add, delete or change beneficiaries to any financial accounts I own including insurance policies, annuities, retirement accounts, payable on death savings or checking account or other investments.

 

-Add, delete or change beneficiaries to

insurance or annuity accounts

retirement accounts

payable on death savings accounts

payable on death checking accounts

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Act on my behalf for the purposes of managing, distributing, and terminating my digital assets. For the purposes of this Power of Attorney, digital assets shall mean electronic assets that are stored on my computers, electronic devices, or on any online account, as identified in the Digital Assets Memorandum of this Power of Attorney. Online accounts include, but are not limited to, social-networking sites, online backup services, servers, email accounts, photo and document sharing sites, financial and business accounts, domain names, virtual property, websites, and blogs. The Digital Assets Memorandum, with associated websites, usernames, passwords, and related information, is hereby incorporated by reference into this Power of Attorney and shall be distributed to my Agent designated in this Power of Attorney. My Agent shall have the power and authority to manage, conduct, and to exercise all of my legal rights and powers relating to my digital assets, including all rights and powers that I may acquire in the future. My Agent's powers shall include, but not be limited to, the power to access, download, and backup digital assets, convert my file formats, access any and all devices necessary to manage digital assets, and clear computer caches and delete files.

 

My Agent shall not be liable for any loss that results from a judgment error that was made in good faith. However, my Agent shall be liable for willful misconduct or the failure to act in good faith while acting under the authority of this Power of Attorney. A Successor Agent shall not be liable for acts of a prior Agent.

 

 

My Agent shall provide an accounting for all funds handled and all acts performed as my Agent as required under state law or upon my request or the request of any authorized personal representative, fiduciary or court of record acting on my behalf.

 

I hereby appoint

 

 

 

My Digital Agent shall not be entitled to any compensation, during my lifetime or upon my death, for any services provided as my Digital Agent. My Digital Agent shall be entitled to reasonable compensation for any services provided as my Digital Agent. My Digital Agent shall not be entitled to reimbursement of expenses incurred as a result of carrying out any provision of this Power of Attorney. My Digital Agent shall be entitled to reimbursement of all reasonable expenses incurred as a result of carrying out any provision of this Power of Attorney.

This Power of Attorney is granted in, and shall be governed by the laws of the state of Maryland; however, I intend that this Power of Attorney be universally recognized and that it be universally admissible to recordation. In the event that I become a resident of another jurisdiction, or obtain property, including real property or any other property interest, in another jurisdiction, it remains my intention that the laws of Maryland shall continue to govern this Power of Attorney.

 

This Power of Attorney shall become effective immediately. on . upon written certification by my physician that I am incapacitated or mentally incapable of managing my financial affairs, and shall not be affected by my disability or lack of mental competence, except as may be provided otherwise by an applicable state statute. This is a Durable Power of Attorney. immediately, and shall not be affected by my disability or lack of mental competence, except as may be provided otherwise by an applicable state statute. This is a Durable Power of Attorney. on , and shall not be affected by my disability or lack of mental competence, except as may be provided otherwise by an applicable state statute. This is a Durable Power of Attorney. This Power of Attorney shall continue effective until or until I lack sufficient mental competence to understand and handle my financial and personal affairs or until I lack sufficient mental competence to understand and handle my financial and personal affairs. This Power of Attorney may be revoked by me at any time by providing written notice to my Agent.

 

Dated ____________________, ______, at , .

 

 

__________________________________

 

 

Witness Signature: ___________________________________

Name:

City:

State:

 

 

Witness Signature: ___________________________________

Name:

City:

State:

 

 

STATE OF ,

COUNTY OF , ss:

 

On this _____ day of ____________________, ______, before me, ________________________________, personally appeared , known to me (or satisfactorily proven) to be the person whose name is subscribed to the within instrument and acknowledged that he/she executed the same as for the purposes therein contained.

 

 

 

In witness whereof, I hereunto set my hand and official seal.

 

_________________________________

Notary Public

 

My commission expires _____________

 

 

WITNESS ATTESTATION

 

The foregoing power of attorney was, on the date written above, published and declared by in our presence to be his/her power of attorney. We, in his/her presence and at his/her request, and in the presence of each other, have attested to the same and have signed our names as attesting witnesses.

 

___________________________________

,

 

 

___________________________________

,

 

IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR AGENT

 

Agent's Duties

 

When you accept the authority granted under this power of attorney, a special legal relationship is created between you and the principal. This relationship imposes on you legal duties that continue until you resign or the power of attorney is terminated or revoked. You must:

 

(1) Do what you know the principal reasonably expects you to do with the principal's property or, if you do not know the principal's expectations, act in the principal's best interest;

 

(2) Act with care, competence, and diligence for the best interest of the principal;

 

(3) Do nothing beyond the authority granted in this power of attorney; and

 

(4) Disclose your identity as an agent whenever you act for the principal by writing or printing the name of the principal and signing your own name as "agent" in the following manner:

 

by (Your Signature) as Agent

 

Unless the Special Instructions in this power of attorney state otherwise, you must also:

 

(1) Act loyally for the principal's benefit;

 

(2) Avoid conflicts that would impair your ability to act in the principal's best interest;

 

(3) Keep a record of all receipts, disbursements, and transactions made on behalf of the principal;

 

(4) Cooperate with any person that has authority to make health care decisions for the principal to do what you know the principal reasonably expects or, if you do not know the principal's expectations, to act in the principal's best interest; and

 

(5) Attempt to preserve the principal's estate plan if you know the plan and preserving the plan is consistent with the principal's best interest.

 

Termination of Agent's Authority

 

You must stop acting on behalf of the principal if you learn of any event that terminates this power of attorney or your authority under this power of attorney. Events that terminate a power of attorney or your authority to act under a power of attorney include:

 

(1) Death of the principal;

 

(2) The principal's revocation of the power of attorney or your authority;

 

(3) The occurrence of a termination event stated in the power of attorney;

 

(4) The purpose of the power of attorney is fully accomplished; or

 

(5) If you are married to the principal, a legal action is filed with a court to end your marriage, or for your legal separation, unless the Special Instructions in this power of attorney state that such an action will not terminate your authority.

 

Liability of Agent

 

The meaning of the authority granted to you is defined in the Maryland Power of Attorney Act, Title 17 of the Estates and Trusts Article. If you violate the Maryland Power of Attorney Act, Title 17 of the Estates and Trusts Article, or act outside the authority granted, you may be liable for any damages caused by your violation.

 

If there is anything about this document or your duties that you do not understand, you should seek legal advice."

 

Dated: ________________________

 

Signed: _______________________________________

 

 

Dated: ________________________

 

Signed: _______________________________________

 

Name of Digital Agent:

Address:

City:

State:

ZIP Code:

Phone Number:

 

Name of Digital Agent:

Address:

City:

State:

ZIP Code:

Phone Number:

 

Name of First Co-Digital Agent:

Address:

City:

State:

ZIP Code:

Phone Number:

 

Name of First Co-Digital Agent:

Address:

City:

State:

ZIP Code:

Phone Number:

 

Name of Second Co-Digital Agent:

Address:

City:

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ZIP Code:

Phone Number:

 

Name of Second Co-Digital Agent:

Address:

City:

State:

ZIP Code:

Phone Number:

 

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Maryland Power of Attorney FAQs

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  • Where can I get power of attorney in Maryland?

    It's simple and easy to assign or receive the authority you might need using a free Maryland Power of Attorney template from Rocket Lawyer:

    1. Make your PoA - Answer a few questions and we will do the rest
    2. Send and share it - Review the document with your agent or get legal help
    3. Sign and make it legal - Optional or not, witnesses/notarization are recommended

    This route, in most cases, would be much less time-consuming than finding and working with a conventional provider. If necessary, you may fill out a PoA on behalf of your spouse or another relative, and then help them sign it after you've drafted it. Please remember that for this document to be considered legally valid, the principal must be mentally competent when they sign. If the principal is already unable to make their own decisions, a court-appointed conservatorship could be required. When managing such a situation, it's important for you to speak with an attorney .

  • Why should I have a Maryland PoA?

    Anyone who is over 18 years old ought to have a Power of Attorney. Though it is difficult to acknowledge, there will likely come a time when you can no longer sort out your affairs by yourself. There may even be times when you are simply out of pocket. Common situations where PoA forms can be useful include:

    • You currently live in a residential care facility and want help managing your finances
    • You are living abroad or out of state
    • You wish to give someone broad permission to take legal actions or make decisions on your behalf if you are not present or become legally incapacitated
    • You are aging or have declining health or limited mobility

    Whether your Maryland Power of Attorney has been created in response to an emergency or as part of a long-term plan, notarization and witnesses can often help to protect your agent if someone disputes their privileges.

  • Which type of Power of Attorney do I need in Maryland?

    There are several ways to categorize Power of Attorney documents. They are primarily based on how long the powers will remain valid, when they come into effect, and what they will grant authority over. Frequently, you may see them described in these four segments:

    • Springing Power of Attorney - Would come into effect based on certain criteria
    • Durable Power of Attorney - Would remain in effect even when you become mentally incompetent or otherwise incapacitated
    • Special Power of Attorney - Would grant a limited scope of powers over specific matters
    • General Power of Attorney - Would grant a broad scope of powers over your affairs

    When creating your free Maryland Power of Attorney with Rocket Lawyer, you may opt to have the power begin immediately upon signing, on a precise day, or only at the point when you're not capable. Your Power of Attorney may end on a specific date or when you pass away.

  • Should I hire an attorney to review my Maryland PoA?

    Maryland Power of Attorney forms are usually straightforward; however, you or your agent(s) may have questions. Finding an attorney to proofread your Maryland Power of Attorney might be expensive. An easier and more cost-effective alternative is to go through attorney services at Rocket Lawyer. By signing up for a Premium membership, you can get your document reviewed by an experienced attorney. As always, Rocket Lawyer will be here to support you.

  • What might I traditionally pay for an attorney to help me get a Power of Attorney form in Maryland?

    The fees associated with finding and hiring your average law firm to generate a Power of Attorney might range anywhere from two hundred to five hundred dollars, based on your location. Rocket Lawyer can offer much more protection than other Power of Attorney template providers that you might encounter. As a Rocket Lawyer Premium member, you can get up to a 40% discount when hiring an Rocket Lawyer network attorney.

  • Will I have to do anything else after I write a Maryland Power of Attorney?

    With a Rocket Lawyer membership, you may edit it, save it as a PDF document or Word file, and print it out. When you are ready to complete your Power of Attorney, it will need to be signed. Be sure that your agent(s), financial institutions, and other impacted parties receive a copy of the final document.

  • Does a Power of Attorney need to be notarized, witnessed, and/or recorded in Maryland?

    The specific requirements governing PoA forms will be different by state; however, in Maryland, your document will require the signatures of two witnesses and a notary public. If your agent(s) will handle real estate transactions, the Power of Attorney must be acknowledged by a notary and filed or recorded with your county. Finally, as a general principle, witnesses will need to be over 18 years old, and none of them should also be acting as your agent.

    See Maryland Power of Attorney law: Estates and Trusts, Section 17

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