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Power of attorney

A power of attorney is a formal document giving another person the authority to make personal and/or financial decisions on your behalf.

Personal decisions relate to your care and welfare, including your health care, (e.g. deciding where or with whom you live or consenting to medical treatment).

Financial decisions relate to the management of your finances (e.g. paying your bills and taxes, selling or renting your home, using your income to pay for your needs or invest your money).

There are 2 types of power of attorney:

1. general power of attorney
2. enduring power of attorney.

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