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Powers Of Attorney

It is important that your affairs are still able to be managed and kept under control, even though you may be unable to do this yourself.

You may be unable to sign a document because you are physically absent, in which case a conventional power of attorney will be sufficient to enable the attorney to act on your behalf. Should you be unable to act by reason of mental capacity – whether because of accident, illness or the ageing process – an enduring power of attorney is necessary.

It is essential that you grant your power of attorney before the time comes when you need to rely on it – by that time, it will be too late.

Please see our articles below:

September 2011
 

 


Contact

Tony Fortune
Partner
DDI: (+64 9) 915 2405
E: tony.fortune@fortunemanning.co.nz

Bill Duncan
Consultant
DDI: (+64 9) 915 2425
E: bill.duncan@fortunemanning.co.nz

Lauren Corbett
Associate
DDI: (+64 9) 915 2432
E: lauren.corbett@fortunemanning.co.nz

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