Enduring Power of Attorney

The facility for creating an Enduring Power of Attorney was introduced in 1996. It was an important social measure, the purpose of  the Enduring Power of Attorney was to allow persons put in place arrangements for managing their affairs in the event that they should become mentally disabled. Prior to the Enduring Power of Attorney, the only option for such persons was to be made Wards of Court, but now ones own family can be appointed to look after the affairs of the person who becomes mentally disabled. The document itself is quite complex, but we explain Enduring Power of Attorney it in detail and go through all the necessary steps required to complete the document and if necessary to register it.

Avoid having your parents made Wards of Court and allow their nominated family member look after their affairs if the need arises.

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