Enduring power of attorney (PA002)

An enduring power of attorney (EPA) is a legal document that enables a person (called the donor) to appoint one or more other people (called the attorney(s)) to manage their financial affairs and property, with restrictions if necessary, and also certain 'personal care' decisions if required, in the event that the donor becomes mentally incapable of doing so. This LawOnline process guides the donor through each step. EPAs are very powerful documents and it is important that you fully understand the implications of giving authority to other people for managing your affairs before you sign this document. An EPA can also be revoked if necessary - see the LawOnline document 'Revocation of enduring power of attorney' (PA004).

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