Your Will says who will be in charge of your affairs after you die, what will happen to your assets and how your loved ones will be provided for.
ENDURING POWERS OF ATTORNEY
Your Enduring Power of Attorney says who will be in charge of your affairs and make important decisions about your welfare if you are so sick or injured that you can’t make those decisions yourself.
You may be an executor of the estate of a deceased person and need help in the myriad of issues that need to be attended to, from funeral arrangements, paying accounts and gathering in assets to dealing with beneficiaries.
You may be unhappy with the provision (or lack of) made for you in a Will.