Powers of Attorney and Enduring Guardianships

Don’t let a stranger look after your affairs if you are no longer able to manage for yourself.

You need to appoint an attorney you can trust to manage your financial affairs and an enduring guardian to look after your health and welfare. Any delay may result in a stranger from the Office of the Protective Commissioner making decisions for you.

Contact a member of our Wills and Succession Planning Law team for further information or advice:

Andrew Bird at abird@mcmc.com.au or on 6331 1533.
Christopher Nichols at cnichols@mcmc.com.au or on 6331 1533.
Pat Bird at pbird@mcmc.com.au or on 6331 1533.
Beth Pratley at epratley@mcmc.com.au or on 6331 1533.