Power of Attorney (PoA)
Legal services and PoA:
- Relationships and differences between Power of Attorney and Will, or Advance Care Directive (ADs)
- Legal advices about your case
- Duration and responsibilities of the donor – person who has been given the Power of Attorney
- Create a valid Power of Attorney
- Update or change Power of Attorney
- Give up the granted POA
- Canceling a Power of Attorney
It's so easy and not a burden cost
The prices may vary depend on the complexity, for a single, a couple, or family
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Who can make an Advance Care Directive
An Advance Care Directive (ACD) is a legal document that allows people over the age of 18 to appoint one or more Substitute Decision Makers who can make decisions on their behalf.
How do I change my Will?
Depending on the significance of the change that you would like to make, two different approaches are proposed to enable updates to your Will
Checklist to make a Will
Preparing a will is not a headache as you might think. It is just the matter of customising the standard required for a will to your own case
Responsibilities of the Donee ( Person who has been given the Power of Attorney)?
A donee’s duties vary, depending on what types of powers the principal granted. Some main responsibilities of a POA donee are covered in this article