To help you manage your affairs through illness or incapacity
An Enduring Power of Attorney for both Property and Care and Welfare are equally as important as having a Will. The only distinction is that they operate while you are still alive but you are unable to act for yourself or manage your own affairs due to illness or incapacity.
Enduring Powers of Attorney for both Property and Care and Welfare are vital tools for business owners and individuals alike. With the far reaching impact of the Privacy Act only authorised attorneys have access to information on behalf of other people. This can be particularly important when dealing with health matters and hospitals. An EPA for property is not revoked even if you become mentally incapable and an EPA for Care and welfare only comes into effect when you have lost mental capacity.
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