[Power of Attorney] Washington

[Power Of Attorney] Washington

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  • resident of the State of Washington, revoke any powers of attorney I may have given in the past and give (referred to below as “the agent”) a durable power of attorney. I intend that it not be limited by any disability I may have in the future.
  • 1. POWERS

    A. The agent shall act on my behalf and for my benefit, and shall have all powers over my estate that I have or acquire. These shall include, but not be limited to, the following: the power to make deposits to,  and payments from, any account in my name in any financial institution; the power to open and remove items from any safe deposit box in my name; the power to sell, exchange or trannsfer title to stocks, bonds or other securities;  the power to sell, convey or encumber any real or personal property.

    B. The agent shall have the power to consent to, or to withhold consent from, medical treatment, shall have all powers necessary or desirable to provide for my support, maintenance, health and comfort; the agent shall be entitled to obtain and use any of my medical records or other individually identifiable health information to the same extent as I would myself.  This is intended as a full release of all information governed by the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA).

    C. I authorize the agent to revoke any community property agreement and to transfer any property to my spouse or registered domestic partner as a gift.

  • (Initial here if revocation of a community property agreement and gifts to
    a spouse or registered domestic partner are authorized. If they are not authorized,
    cross out all of paragraph C.)