Power of Attorney



Power of attorney drafted by an expert advocate. An expert advocate will work with you to create a power of attorney so that it meets the needs for your specific situation. This is right for you if you need to give someone control of important personal decisions, like financial and legal matters.

What’s Included

a) Introduction call. A 30-minute phone call to get to know your advocate and talk about how you will work together.

b) Full support. The Advocate will talk to you about your unique needs and create a personalized document for your situation.

What’s Not Included

a) Additional work by the advocate after the document is finalized.

You May Also Want To Know

a) What is a Power of Attorney?

A Power of Attorney is a legal document by which one person gives the right to perform or powers of transacting in matters relating to property, banking, legal and judicial proceedings, tax payments, etc, to another person due to certain reasons like being out of country, or getting old, or not able to look after one’s duties in those matters etc.

b) Who Should Use It?

Usually Power of Attorney is created by anyone who cannot do the transactions in person by himself or herself due to various reasons. The following are the reasons that commonly force an individual to give the power of performing to another person.

  • residing abroad and unable to be present for the task
  • illness and bedridden
  • old age or senior citizens with health problems
  • or any other reason for being unable to conduct the transactions personally

c) What is the difference between general and special power of attorney?

General power of attorney always confers a general power of performing while the Special power of Attorney confers only a specific power to perform any particular act or task. The GPA covers a wide range of powers and is not restricted to any particular work. Hence, it needs to be given only to a very trustworthy person. The Special power on the other hand comes to an end once the task or specific act is done and is always work specific. A person can authorize the Attorney to sell, buy, rent out, recover his debts, open bank accounts, close accounts, attend the courts, appear on behalf of the principal in legal matters or file tax returns etc under the General Powers. It is not restrictive. But in Special Power of Attorney, only one act among the above mentioned acts is to be performed.