Decision making for other people
There are various types of powers of attorney and arrangements that can be put in place to make decisions on behalf of other people.
A power of attorney gives someone you trust the legal authority to make decisions and act on your behalf. Nobody has an automatic right to administer another's affairs, even if they are married to or in partnership with them. Powers of attorney give the opportunity for the donor to appoint someone to help them at times of:
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