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WILLS & ESTATES

POWER OF ATTORNEY

A power of attorney is a legal document which appoints a person or persons to manage the financial and legal affairs of a person.

 

Generally, the person or persons appointed can do such things as access their bank accounts, sign legal documents, buy or sell property and a host of other actions.

A power of attorney is terminated on the death of a person and from there it will be the executor or executors under the will that will assume most legal duties.

WHAT NEXT?

Do you require a Power of Attorney? See one of our experienced Solicitors today. Call 02 9667 1271 or email law@vrtlawyers.com.au