Frequently Asked Questions

1. What is the difference between a Will and an Enduring Power of Attorney?
 
2. What decisions can an Attorney make on my behalf?
3. Can my Attorney charge for their services?
4. I have already appointed an Attorney, do I also need to appoint a Substitute
    Decision-Maker and why? 
5. What happens if my Attorney or Substitute Decision-Maker dies?
6. If I move interstate will my Enduring Power of Attorney and Advance Care        Directive still apply?
7. What can I do if I discover that my appointed Attorney had taken my money
    without my consent?
 
 
 
 
 

ANSWER:

Depending on which state you may move to, these documents may or may not correspond with that state’s laws and so it would be advisable to prepare them again according to that state’s legal requirement.

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