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What is Power of Attorney

A Power of Attorney is a legal document that gives an individual the right to make certain decisions on your behalf when you no longer have the mental capacity to do so on your own.

You have the freedom to decide what an Attorney has the power to do, such as make choices that relate to your personal, financial, lifestyle, and medical matters. You can also decide if the document remains in effect on a temporary or permanent basis, and if the terms apply when you are interstate or overseas.

Helping You Choose the Right Power of Attorney

You should only appoint Power of Attorney to someone that you trust will act solely in your best interest. And who is willing and capable to assume the responsibilities that come with the role.

This way, you can relax knowing your affairs will be in order – no matter what happens – and there will be no risk of in-fighting among the family later on.

If you’re unsure who would be best suited to be your Power of Attorney, contact Norwest Family Law. We’ll be happy to assess your unique circumstances and help you make the right choice.

Now is the Time to Plan Ahead

Your life can change in an instant. If something were to happen tomorrow, who would you trust to look after your affairs? That’s why now is the best time to plan ahead, while you are fit, healthy, and have the mental capacity.

Of course, you need to make sure the arrangement is fair, legally binding, and fits your circumstances. That’s where Norwest Family Law can help. By talking to us, you will enjoy the following benefits:

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