Power Of Attorney

When a person appoints a legal representative to act on their behalf in legal matters.

You can appoint an attorney to act for you in a variety of circumstances such as an extended interstate or overseas trip, or for a time when you are no longer able to manage your own affairs.

A power of attorney lets a trusted relative, a friend or an organisation make important decisions on your behalf when you need it most.

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