However the preparation and use of the forms can be complex and it is wise to seek legal advice before using them.
Alternatively, the Legal Services Commission and the Office of the Public Advocate have produced a do-it-yourself Enduring Power of Attorney Kit which provides all the necessary forms, answers common questions regarding enduring powers of attorney and shows how to fill out the forms. The Alliance for Prevention of Elder Abuse also has a pamphlet entitled, Appointing an Enduring Power of Attorney.
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