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Why you should have an Enduring Power of Attorney?

When you’re feeling healthy and fit, it’s easy to take your ability to make your own decisions for granted. But you never know when that ability could be taken away due to illness or unexpected events, temporarily or forever.

Appointing a Power of Attorney is a crucial part of planning your estate to ensure that no matter what happens, a plan is in place to ensure you are cared for.

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What can an Enduring Power of Attorney do?

The role of an enduring power of attorney is to manage your financial or legal affairs on your behalf. This can include:

  • Signing certain documents
  • Paying bills and managing bank accounts
  • Selling or renting your home if you no longer live there
  • Arranging a new home or living situation (e.g. arranging for care or assisted living)

Enduring Power of Attorney

Simple, affordable and written by a lawyer
$99
$149 for couples

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Talk to one of our lawyers to protect your future with an Enduring Power of Attorney.

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Disclaimer: Willed is a technology platform that allows you to create your own estate planning solutions using our forms and other information. Willed is not a law firm and does not provide legal, financial, taxation or other advice. If you are unsure whether our estate planning solutions are suitable for your personal circumstances, legal advice should be sought from a law firm, such as Vault Legal.