There are two types of Power of Attorney (POA) designations in Australia. The most used POA is called a general power of attorney. The other popular POA is called an Enduring Power Of Attorney. Many persons feel a POA must be drafted by an attorney in order to be valid. That is not the case. …Read More
What Does A Power Of Attorney Accomplish?
Have you ever wondered what would happen to your loved ones and/or your business if you were to be incapacitated due to injury or unexpected illness? Imagine the complications. Who would pay the bills? If you were to suddenly become incapacitated, who would care for the family? Who would know your financial status and how …Read More
The Power of Attorney is a legal document used by business persons, the elderly, travelers and anyone else who wants an independent person to manage certain affairs. A legal general power of attorney permits another party to make decisions on behalf of the issuer. This authority can be defined to certain areas or can be …Read More
An enduring power of attorney is a legal agreement that allows you, the donor, to appoint someone you trust to act on your behalf in respect to financial and property decisions. This attorney can operate your bank accounts, pay your bills, and buy and sell property (including shares). They cannot make medical or lifestyle decisions …Read More