New York–Power of Attorney Forms (Downloadable)-Eff. Sept. 12,2010

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The New York Statutory Short Form Power of Attorney and New York Statutory Gifts Rider Authorization linked here go into effect on September 12, 2010, the thirtieth day after it became law.

Although the specific language of the statutory forms cannot be changed, modifications can be made in subsection (g) of the Power of Attorney form and under paragraphs (b) and (c) of the Statutory Gifts Rider Authorization. Sample modifications to the Power of Attorney form and the Statutory Gifts Rider Authorization are also included. The modifications are provided by Kathryn Grant Madigan of Levene Gouldin & Thompson, LLP, and other State Bar volunteers, including Michael O’Connor of Delaney and O’Connor. Please note that some of these clauses are mutually exclusive and should be inserted in accordance with the direction/best interests of the Principal. You should also enter your own modifications, as appropriate, to best meet the needs of the Principal.

Please be sure to read the instructions before downloading the forms.

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8 Responses to “New York–Power of Attorney Forms (Downloadable)-Eff. Sept. 12,2010”

  1. Arthur j Camarinos Says:

    please e mail me a copy of 2011 NY POA Form.

    Thank you

  2. Thomas U. Says:

    I sorry about that, I meant 2010. I had my finger on the wrong key.

  3. Patricia Dais Says:

    I’am looking for NY York State power of attorney forms from the court that are free to down load and print

    • lennyesq Says:

      The link above is for NY Durable POA currently in effect. However, this “new” 10-page form is more complicated than its predecessors and I suggest that you contact an attorney for advice and assistance before using it.

  4. divorce lawyers in pretoria Says:

    Have been googling all over for a copy – thanks for the link

  5. Mary Conte Says:

    My brother and I signed a POA on July 30, 2010 for our dad, which was the old short form. Now I went to the bank and they said this form is not valid becasue we need to redo the POA with the new short form effective 9/12/10. Is this true and why do we need to redo the POA?

    • lennyesq Says:

      This web site is for information only. It does not provide legal advice. You should contact an attorney admitted to practice in your jurisdiction. If you are in New York, you may wish to call the Lawyer Referral Information Service of the New York State Bar Association at 1-800-342-3661.


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