Powers of Attorney

If you lose the ability to make decisions or communicate your feelings, you may have to rely on someone else to take care of you and look after your affairs. Or perhaps you just want someone else to deal with an awkward or time-consuming matter overseas.

A Power of Attorney allows trusted individuals to act on your behalf and to look after your care, property or financial affairs. So, whether you just need advice or want to explore your options - we can help.