Contributor: Philip Grano, Principal Legal Officer, Office of the Public Advocate
An enduring power of attorney is a good idea in cases of any sudden or gradual onset of a disabling condition. The differences of general powers of attorney, enduring powers of attorney and guardianship are explained.
This section includes the following topics:
- General powers of attorney
- Enduring power of attorney (financial)
- Enduring power of attorney (medical)
- Supportive attorneys
- Further information
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