Enduring / Lasting / Continuing / Durable Power of Attorney

Medical / Personal Care - 2 Attorneys

No. of Prokens Required: 2 |

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This Enduring / Lasting / Continuing / Durable POA for individual is to appoint two attorneys to make medical, health and care decisions in case he /she becomes incapacitated / lack mental capacity to make decisions.

The Donor appoints the "Attorneys" as the true and lawful attorney to do all acts and things and to execute and sign all deeds and documents which he / she considers necessary or advisable in connection with the Donor's medical, health and care decisions, including but not limited to:

• giving or refusing consent to health care;

• staying in own home and getting help and support from social services;

• moving into residential care and finding a good care home;

• day-to-day matters such as diet, dress or daily routine.

Document Type:

Deed /poa / authorisation / agency / escrow

Category:

Personal > Family / Personal Relationship > Power of Attorney / Appointment / Letter of Authority

 
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