Whilst a Power of Attorney covers the administration of your business affairs, an Appointment of Enduring Guardian (which must be in a separate document) gives a trusted person of your choice the power to make lifestyle and medical decisions for you if you are no longer able to do so.

You may also wish to consider making a "Living Will" specifying precisely your wishes in relation to medical treatment.

You are welcome to telephone us to discuss what is involved in appointing an enduring guardian or signing a "Living Will".


It is wise at the same time to give a Power of Attorney for management of your business affairs. Learn more.....