Enduring Power of Attorney

When you make a Will, your executors are the individuals you trust to care after your affairs after you’ve died; they’re probably the same people you’d trust if you were still alive but disabled.
This could happen if you develop Alzheimer’s disease or are involved in a serious accident, in which case you should have an Enduring Power of Attorney (EPA) set up.

In the event that you are unable to look after your affairs, an EPA gives someone you trust the authority to do so. Having an EPA on hand can save your loved ones and/or dependents a lot of time and money, and because of the nature of the document, it cannot be drafted after the fact.