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A Power of Attorney is a legal document which enables a person to make provision for their family and personal affairs if he/she is absent, abroad or incapacitated through illness.
Enduring Powers of Attorney:
There are two types of Power of Attorney under Irish Law.
- A General Power of Attorney which ceases as soon as an individual becomes incapacitated.
- An Enduring Power of Attorney which takes effect on the incapacity of the individual.
Both may only be made when a donor has mental capacity.