Power of Attorney

A General Power of Attorney gives someone the legal ability to act on someone else’s behalf in financial matters if for any reason they are unable to manage these matters themselves. A General Power of Attorney does not allow the attorney to continue to act on your behalf after you have lost capacity, this requires an Enduring Power of Attorney, which must be appointed before the loss of capacity.

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