Powers Of Attorney
Powers of Attorney
If you are going overseas or will be away from home for a while, and need to have documents signed during that time, you can set up a power of attorney. This will enable the person of your choice to sign on your behalf.
However, its important to note that a power of attorney cannot be used in all situations. For example, a power of attorney cannot be used to sign for an absent company director. Also, not all power of attorney documents allow a person to sign as a trustee under a power of attorney. And some situations, such as medical issues and the infirm aged, require a special power of attorney.
WebsterLaw can advise whats best for you. We prepare the documents, have you sign them and catalogue them in our deeds system so that they are readily available if needed.