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Living Wills/Power of Attorney



Advance Directives (Living Wills)
An “advance directive” is a statement setting out what medical treatments you would not wish to receive at a future point in your life. Advance directives are sometimes referred to as “living wills” or “advance decisions”.
Enduring Power of Attorney
An “enduring power of attorney” is a legal document in which a person is appointed to make decisions relating to their property and financial affairs on their behalf. The person so appointed is referred to as an “attorney”.
Lasting Power of Attorney
A “lasting power of attorney” is a legal document in which you appoint someone to make decisions on your behalf. The person so appointed is referred to as an “attorney”.
Health and Welfare LPA
There are two types of lasting power of attorney, a “health and welfare lasting power of attorney” and a “property and financial affairs lasting power of attorney”. In the case of a health and welfare lasting power of attorney, the attorney is granted the power to make decisions about your health and welfare.
Property and Financial Affairs LPA
There are two types of lasting power of attorney, a “health and welfare lasting power of attorney” and a “property and financial affairs lasting power of attorney”. In the case of a property and financial affairs lasting power of attorney, the attorney is granted the power to make decisions about your property and financial affairs.

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If you wish to leave different legacies, appoint different executors or you would like to specify individual funeral wishes then you will need to make two Single Wills.
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