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Oklahoma Power of Attorney

Use an Oklahoma Power of Attorney to name a trusted person (your Agent) to act or make decisions on your behalf if you are not able to do so. You can grant broad powers to your agent (i.e. control of... Read More

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  • What is an Oklahoma Power of Attorney?

    Use an Oklahoma Power of Attorney to name a trusted person (your Agent) to act or make decisions on your behalf if you are not able to do so. You can grant broad powers to your agent (i.e. control of your financial, healthcare, legal, and other matters) or power to act only in specific situations.

  • How do you get Power of Attorney in Oklahoma?

    The process for making a Power of Attorney in Oklahoma is fairly straightforward. Rocket Lawyer can help you create a customized Power of Attorney document for free. Start by answering a few questions using Rocket Lawyer's document builder and finalizing your document by signing in front of two witnesses and a notary.

  • How do you get a Power of Attorney for someone?

    Granting Power of Attorney to someone you trust is made simple with the Rocket Lawyer document builder. Rocket Lawyer will help you make your own Power of Attorney document and you can choose your own Agent, Co-Agent, and Successor Agent. Review the following questions before you start your document:

    • Who will you designate as your Agent, Co-Agent, and Successor Agent?
    • Where will this Power of Attorney be signed?
    • Would you like your Agent to act on your behalf in all situations or only in specific situations?
    • Will your Agent have the power to change the beneficiaries on your accounts?
  • How do you get Power of Attorney for someone in a hospital?

    The Principal, the individual creating the Power of Attorney and authorizing someone to act on their behalf, must be competent when they are making and signing a Power of Attorney. Once the Principal becomes incapacitated and unable to make their own decisions, court-appointed guardianship may be necessary.

  • Does a Power of Attorney need to be notarized in Oklahoma?

    Yes, getting your Oklahoma Power of Attorney notarized is highly recommended.

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