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POWERS OF ATTORNEY - Why are they necessary?

Powers of Attorney grant someone the power to manage your affairs if and when necessary while you are still alive, be they your

  • Financial affairs
  • Medical treatment
  • Living arrangements

Generally, the power it grants is unlimited, but it can propose a specific purpose and/or a fixed time frame.

Granting a Power of Attorney is often done at the same time as when a Will is prepared.

But you can also do it - or change it - at any time while you are what is termed, 'of sound mind'.

Costs to grant Power of Attorney

The costs to arrange this can vary, depending on your circumstances.

Rest assured Maddens Lawyers is very experienced in helping arrange and implement Powers of Attorney, and can provide reliable and reassuring advice about the best way in which to go about this.

Contact us today to discuss your personal circumstances and the costs that can be involved in this process.

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"A Power of Attorney grants someone the power to manage your affairs - if and when necessary - when you are still alive."

Contact our Powers of Attorney Experts

Fiona Giblin

Fiona Giblin

Principal

PH: 03 5560 2000

Robert Cole

Robert Cole

Principal

PH: 03 5560 2000

Erol Chakir

Erol Chakir

Lawyer

PH: 03 5560 2000