Common Misconceptions Relating to Powers of Attorney24th November 2015If someone were to pose the question “Who would look after you, if you were no longer capable of looking after yourself?” you would more than likely answer that it would be your spouse, your partner, your parents, your sibling, your child, whoever your next of kin may be, it would of course be them. … Continue reading "Common Misconceptions Relating to Powers of Attorney"
Power of Attorney Not Just For The Aged11th November 2015In a society with a rapidly ageing population, the benefit of Power of Attorney (POA) is gradually being understood. In granting power of attorney, an individual gives someone else (usually a spouse, adult child or sibling) the legal right to act on their behalf should they become mentally and/or physically incapacitated through accident or illness. … Continue reading "Power of Attorney Not Just For The Aged"