Wills & Powers of Attorney
A will is the legal document which sets out what is to happen to your estate when you pass away.
Powers of Attorney are documents appointing someone to make decisions on your behalf or sign documents for you.
Commonly referred to as Enduring Powers of Attorney or “EPAs”. There are two types of EPAs: those for property and those for personal care and welfare.
Property means everything that you own, including bank accounts, investments and so on.
A personal care and welfare attorney is concerned with questions such as where you are to live and are you being properly cared for.