Online Power of Attorney Form


 

What is a general power of attorney?

A general power of attorney is a legal document that allows someone to act on your behalf in areas of financial management and property. It is a useful document to have if you are going to be away for a short period of time.

 

Do you need to appoint a general power of attorney? Would you like us to prepare a general power of attorney for you?

At Monardo Solicitors, we try to make preparing your general power of attorney as easy and cost-effective as possible.

We offer two options for drafting a general power of attorney:

Option One: You call us to make an appointment and we arrange a meeting to discuss your requirements.

Option Two: You can save time and money by filling out the online form below and taking advantage of our easy five-step process for preparing your power of attorney.

 

What does the five-step online process involve?

Step One: You fill in the power of attorney form below and send it to us via the submit button at the bottom of the page.

Step Two: We will get back to you quickly, with a quote for how much it will cost to draft your general power of attorney. At this point, we will let you know if we need any additional information.

Step Three: If you accept our quote, we will prepare the power of attorney for you.

Step Four: You review your power of attorney.

Step Five: We arrange for you to sign your power of attorney and have it witnessed.

If you have decided on Option Two, please fill in the following form. When you have finished, you can send the form to us by clicking the submit button at the bottom of the page. We will get back to you with a quotation within a couple of working days.

 

Monardo Solicitors Online Power of Attorney Form

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I would like Monardo Solicitors to provide a quote to prepare a power of attorney for me.

Do you live in NSW:

Part 1: Your contact details

First Name (required)


Last Name (required)

Your Email (required)

Address:

Street Address:

City / Suburb:

State:

Postcode:

Country:

Your postal address:

Same as residential address

Street Address:

City / Suburb:

State:

Postcode:

Country:

Telephone:

Home:

Work:

Mobile:

Occupation

Occupation:

Date of birth

Date of birth:

Part 2: Existing power of attorney

Do you have an existing power of attorney:?

Part 3: Appoint your attorney/s

(Please note that you can appoint more than one power of attorney.)

Who do you wish to appoint as your attorney/s? :

Attorney No. 1:

Name:

Street Address:

City / Suburb:

State:

Postcode:

Country:

Attorney No. 2:

Name:

Street Address:

City / Suburb:

State:

Postcode:

Country:

Attorney No. 3:

Name:

Street Address:

City / Suburb:

State:

Postcode:

Country:

If you wish to appoint more than one power of attorney, do you want your attorneys to act jointly or severally?

Jointly means the attorneys must all agree to any decisions and every document must be signed by all attorneys.

Severally means the attorney can sign documents without the others.

Jointly and severally means that any of the attorneys can make a decision and sign documents together or without the others.

Please note that if the attorneys are acting jointly, the death of one terminates the power of both attorneys.

Part 4: Limitations on your attorney/s?

Do you wish to place any limitations on your attorney/s?
(For example, you may to limit the appointment of your attorney to acting for you while you are overseas or limit their power to act in a particular area (such as a property transaction)).

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