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Make a Power of Attorney

A Power of Attorney allows you to appoint someone to manage your financial affairs.

Are you ready to plan ahead? Click here for your options.

Ready to Plan Ahead?

I am ready to plan ahead by making my Will, Power of Attorney and Enduring Guardianship.

Option 1

Start planning ahead with NSW Trustee & Guardian.

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Option 2

Locate your nearest solicitor.

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Option 3

Download Power of Attorney fact sheet & form here.

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Planning ahead checklist

This checklist will help you think about what to consider before planning ahead and what you may need to bring to an appointment to make your Power of Attorney.

  • Attorney – name of the person or trustee organisation you want to make property and financial decisions for you. This should be a person or trustee organisation you trust, who understands your wishes, has skills in managing finances, has no conflict of interest and will act in your best interests
  • Decide if you want your attorney to be able to make decisions if you lose capacity i.e. do you want to make an Enduring Power of Attorney?
  • Arrange to sign your Power of Attorney before a specially qualified witness and have your attorney accept the appointment
  • Bring your tax file number and identification to your appointment (100 points)