Enduring Power of Attorney - Personal Care & Welfare

Enduring Power of Attorney - Personal Care & Welfare

Style Number: FAM00003A

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This enduring power of attorney is in the new prescribed form required by section 94A(2) of the Protection of Personal and Property Rights Act 1988 (the "PPPRA") i.e. as set out in Form 3 of the Protection of Personal and Property Rights (Enduring Powers of Attorney Forms and Prescribed Information) Regulations 2008.


It has been developed by LawHawk with Matt Hay from Succeed Legal.

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There has been a lot of criticism of the new statutory forms, and that they are not user friendly.  These LawHawk forms are very fast and user friendly, and can be completed in minutes.

The options you have chosen will be automatically ticked for you, and you can choose whether you want the options you haven't chosen to be shown as struck out, for extra clarity.

You should note that enduring powers of attorney need to be signed with an “authorised witness” (e.g. a lawyer or an authorised officer or employee of a trustee corporation), and so you should factor those costs on top of the cost of this document if this is for your own personal use.

If you don’t already have an authorised witness lined up, we can help you find one who is happy to advise you on the documents you generate.  First check out our lawyers directory. We are still building the directory, so if there is nobody suitable in your area, you could try MyAdvice.Legal.  If you still can't find someone, let us know and we will help you find someone.