Changes to the law around how enduring powers of attorney are prepared and witnessed and the increasing complexities within families mean that it is now, more than ever, important to get skilled legal advice in this area. Our experts can offer you skilled legal advice and guide you through these important decisions.
An enduring power of attorney is an important document to have should you become mentally incapacitated to enable someone to take care of your property affairs or make decisions in relation to your personal care and welfare when you are unable to.
A power of attorney can be used when you are overseas or physically incapacitated.
A deed of delegation can be signed by Trustees to allow another person to sign on their behalf in trust matters.
Our experts will meet with you to discuss your personal needs, how enduring power of attorney works, the duties of an attorney, and ensure your enduring power of attorney is signed in accordance with the law. Contact us to book an appointment.