Melbourne Powers of Attorney Lawyers
Powers of attorney are legal documents that let you choose someone who can make decisions for you. Powers of attorney give you choice and control.
They let you to choose who you trust to make decisions for you if you become unable to make decisions for yourself. There are four different powers: three enduring powers and one general power. The type of power determines the types of decisions you can give other people to make for you.
We strongly recommend everyone over 18 years consider making powers of attorney. Kelly & Chapman provides a range of information regarding powers of attorney, including advice on:
- Which power is right for you
- Why you should appoint powers of attorney
- How to appoint powers of attorney
- How to revoke powers of attorney.
We fully support the informed use of enduring powers of attorney, financial, medical and guardianship, as a way a competent person can appoint others to make decisions and manage their affairs in the event they are unable to make decisions for themselves.