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Irrevocable Power of Attorney

INSTRUCTIONS: COLORADO IRREVOCABLE POWER OF ATTORNEY DESIGNATING CLERK OF COURT AS AGENT FOR SERVICE OF PROCESS

 

A power of attorney form gives someone else authority over certain aspects of your legal matters. The Colorado Irrevocable Power of Attorney Designating Clerk of Court as Agent for Service of Process form is for the use of people involved in a financial or probationary dispute in that state who do not actually live there. This document gives the clerk of the court where the legal process is unfolding the power to receive notices or documents concerning the outcome of fiscal matters until the termination of the case. This document can be obtained from the Colorado Supreme Court website.

 

Colorado Irrevocable Power of Attorney Designating Clerk of Court as Agent for Service of Process Step 1: Check the box next to "District Court" or "Denver Probate Court" depending on where the case is unfolding. If the former, write the county name and address of the court in question.

 

Colorado Irrevocable Power of Attorney Designating Clerk of Court as Agent for Service of Process Step 2: Write the name of the case or estate in question.

 

Colorado Irrevocable Power of Attorney Designating Clerk of Court as Agent for Service of Process Step 3: Include all contact information for your attorney, including their registration number. If you do not have an attorney, provide your own contact information.

 

Colorado Irrevocable Power of Attorney Designating Clerk of Court as Agent for Service of Process Step 4: Write the case number, division and courtroom where the case is unfolding.

 

Colorado Irrevocable Power of Attorney Designating Clerk of Court as Agent for Service of Process Step 5: Where indicated, print your name, granting the clerk of court this authority with respect to fiscal and estate matters.

 

Colorado Irrevocable Power of Attorney Designating Clerk of Court as Agent for Service of Process Step 6: Sign your name where indicated, along with your full address, phone number and the date.

 

Colorado Irrevocable Power of Attorney Designating Clerk of Court as Agent for Service of Process Step 7: The clerk will provide their signature below. If you state an end date for their services, they will write it here. Otherwise, they will act in this capacity until the case has been resolved. 


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