The Donor is the person who is appointing the attorney/attorneys under the Enduring Power of Attorney.
The Attorney(s) are the person or persons the Donor wishes to appoint as their Attorney.
Note: If you wish your attorneys to act in any other manner (such as different attorneys to act in different circumstances or in relation to different matters etc.), please contact us.
Note: You may include directions, limitations and conditions on the authority of your attorney. If you do not wish to include any directions, limitations or conditions, please leave this section blank. We have provided some examples below. If required, you may select any of them. If you wish to impose other directions, limitations and conditions, please contact us.
If you are limiting your attorney’s power (in relation to property matters) to only paying debts, expenses and / or maintenance and accommodation expenses etc., then ensure that the attorney is also provided with access to funds to be able to do that (for example, access to bank accounts etc).
To act only in relation to:
My attorney(s) power is limited to the following matters only:
My attorney may consent on my behalf to:
OR refuse, or require the withdrawal of, the following kinds of medical treatment:
(Note: Your attorney’s powers in relation to personal care matters and health care matters will be exercisable when you become a person with impaired decision-making capacity.)