A power of attorney is often referred to as a living Will. Appointing someone as your power of attorney authorises them to make decisions and undertake certain actions on your behalf (what decisions they are authorised to make will be dependent on the instrument appointing them).

A power of attorney ceases to have effect upon the death of the person making the appointment.


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