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Australian Power Of Attorney

If you or a loved one couldn’t make decisions, who would make them? To ensure you have the right people making decisions on your behalf it is very important to have a Power of Attorney in place. A Power of Attorney is a legal document that allows your attorney to make financial decisions on your behalf if you lose capacity or require them to do so in your absence. The choice is yours.

By giving this Power to someone you trust a person can rest easy knowing their Financial Affairs will be managed for them if they are unable to do so.

1. What is a Power of Attorney?
2. Does it take long to do a Power of Attorney?
3. What happens if I don’t have a Power of Attorney?
4. Who should I contact to help me?
1. What is a Power of Attorney?

A Power of Attorney is a legal document that allows your attorney to make financial decisions on your behalf if you lose capacity or require them to do so in your absence. The choice is yours.

2. Does it take long to do a Power of Attorney?

LawRep has developed a system to have a comprehensive Power of Attorney created in minutes allowing you the freedom to do this at your own pace, at your own place and in your own time.

3. What happens if I don’t have a Power of Attorney?

If you do not have a Power of Attorney, then the Guardianship Tribunal must determine who to appoint. They have the ability to appoint to the NSW Trustee and Guardian as your Power of Attorney who charge approximately $12,000.00 in fees per year.

4. Who should I contact to help me?

For assistance in this area, please call (02) 4044 5495 and ask for Chad Penfold our Estate Planning Lawyer or feel free to email him at Chad@LawRep.com.au

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