You can find blank power of attorney forms online at PowerOfAttorney.com. The website allows users to print a generic form or search for specific forms by state.
Available types of power of attorney forms include durable, general and limited. People can find more specific power of attorney forms for special circumstances, such as forms for real estate transactions, medical care and parental issues. The website also has a general form for revocation of a power of attorney.
To begin the power of attorney process, select the form that best fits your situation. Then you, as the principal, and your agent both sign the form in front of a notary. A power of attorney is valid until the principal dies, authorizes a new power of attorney or signs a revocation.