Carelink - West Coast DHB

By: West Coast Dhb  06-Dec-2011

 

An enduring power of attorney is a document where you appoint who you would like to make decisions on your behalf when you are no longer able to.

People think their family will take over if they are no longer able to manage their own affairs - or their Will would come into effect. Unfortunately this isn't true.

That's why we recommend you appoint someone as your enduring power of attorney. That way you have the peace of mind knowing a person you trust will be making important decisions for you when you're not able to.

The key thing with the law is the person who accepts the role as an enduring power of attorney has to show that they have taken an interest in that person in actively ensuring their welfare is taken care of.

Or contact The Public Trust for more information on 0800 371-471.
Cnr Mawhera Quay & Tainui St
Greymouth
Telephone: 0800 371 471

The Office for Senior Citizens mail address is:

The Office for Senior Citizens
Ministry of Social Development Campus
PO Box 1556
Wellington
New Zealand

Phone: 64 4 916 3758
Fax: 64 4 916 3778.


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