Power of Attorney - Probate Lawyers Directory
A Power of Attorney is a document appointing a person to act on behalf of another person (the donor), who grants the power for a specific period or event. Using Power of Attorney, that person can make decisions that have the same legal force as if you had made them yourself.
The purpose of a Power of Attorney document is to provide written proof of the attorney's powers. It allows the attorney to sign any document or do anything which the donor can legally perform, subject to any limitations stated in the document.
This website is dedicated to helping you find a Probate Lawyer or Solicitor located near you to advise you on, and prepare your Power of Attorney, Enduring Power of Attorney or Enduring Guardianship document, and participate in its formal execution in accordance with the strict requirements of the law.
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