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Enduring Power
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Ensure your family has access to your finances if you become mentally incapacitated

Enduring Power of Attorney



One per person

What's Included:

  • Enduring Power of Attorney
  • PDF version of the document
  • Guidance on how to complete the document

How does it work?

An enduring power of attorney ("EPA") is a document that allows you to choose someone to manage your finances in the event that you are mentally incapacitated.

If you were to become mentally incapacitated for any amount of time and didn't have an EPA, then nobody would legally be able to access your assets or finances to maintain your family expenses during the ordeal. With an EPA, the person that you appoint (known as an attorney) can gain access to your assets in order to manage expenses on your behalf such as bills, loans, mortgage payments, medical bills, and other daily family expenses.

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