2 Types of Affairs:
There are 2 types of Power available:-
- Property and Affairs
- Personal Welfare
Powers of Attorney are used to allow people to undertake roles and functions on behalf of another person.
Attorneys need to be appointed for each Power and each Power is independent of the other.
The Powers have to be registered with the Office of the Public Guardian before they are legal and that process can take up to 12 weeks to complete. Any errors in the submission will result in the Power being rejected and the whole process will have to be restarted.
We are able to undertake all of the preparation and submission of the Powers for a fixed price.