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Information about authorising someone else to make decisions about your property and financial affairs or your health and personal welfare on your behalf. Includes lasting and enduring powers of attorney.

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Become a court-appointed deputy

Lasting power of attorney

Arranging for someone to make decisions about your finances or welfare (PDF)

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