You can buy those forms at your local office supply store. Though, this is not recommended because those forms tend to be overly general, ignore specific circumstances and can have confusing instructions. Plus, they do not constitute legal advice. There are plenty of attorneys who can prepare these documents for your family for a reasonable price. Just search for attorneys here on Avvo, through the State Bar of Texas, and local bar associations and start calling them to get prices. Because everyone's circumstances do not fit neatly into a cookie-cutter form, you should really go to an estate planning attorney.
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If you truly want it done right, and I don't know why you would risk having it done wrong, hire an attorney. The preparation of just POAs should be inexpensive and pay off in the long run.
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