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POWERS OF ATTORNEY

 

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Powers of Attorney

INTRODUCTION

What do you do if you want someone to help look after your affairs? What if you become unable to look after yourself or make decisions about your own affairs? Who can make decisions about your welfare and who can deal with your property, operate your bank accounts, pay your bills? Who would you want taking care of you and your affairs if you are no longer able to?

A power of attorney gives someone (the attorney) the authority to act legally on your behalf to the extent specified in the power of attorney.

There are two main powers of attorney – an ordinary power of attorney and an enduring power of attorney.



 
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