Power of Attorney forms

Delegate authority to act on your behalf to someone else using one of these power of attorney templates. Powers can be as general or specific as you wish, from on-going and complete control of your estate, to power for a specific task for a limited time. Our collection of power of attorney forms includes ones customised for specific, common uses. Each document is in a format designed to be acceptable to any third party to whom it is presented.


    General Power of Attorney (PoA)

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    Use this document to delegate authority to someone else to act on your behalf, usually for a short and specified period of time. You may be abroad but need someone to look after your financial and legal affairs at home (for example when buying or selling property), or you might need someone to help with a specific task (such as collecting a pension) or perhaps you would just prefer someone more expert in a certain subject area (such as law) to act on your behalf in a certain matter.

    General power of attorney: sale of property

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    Use this power of attorney document to delegate to your attorney, the task of selling your real property.

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    Looking after a friend who is in a hospice in his final weeks. He has zero assets, nothing to leave, spending money on a solicitor in this instance would be a waste, general power of atorney form I downloaded lets me deal with his housing authority and welfare payments and soon his funeral, As I said no assets but all his affairs sorted which gives him some peace of mind.
    Donal Farrell
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    no unnecessary jargon .. easy to follow and complete as required. Very easy and quick service at a great price
    Martina Kynes
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    Have waited till the GPOA:SOP has been accepted by the solicitor we are dealing with before replying. Very easy to fill in. A completed example however would have been a bonus.
    Seamus McFadden
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