The Difference Between an Enduring Power of Attorney (Property) and an Enduring Power of Attorney (Personal Care & Welfare)

Do you know what an Enduring Power of Attorney is and what they do?
The Difference Between an Enduring Power of Attorney (Property) and an Enduring Power of Attorney (Personal Care & Welfare)

First of all, let's mention what an attorney does. They are someone you give the power to make decisions if you're unable to.

The key difference between the two is that an Enduring Power of Attorney for Property only grants the attorney the authority to handle property and financial matters.

Whereas as an Enduring Power of Attorney for Personal Care & Welfare gives them the authority to make decisions about your lifestyle, medical treatment or welfare if you aren't mentally capable.

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