Your chosen attorney can make any decisions relating to your legal and financial affairs that you can do for yourself. This includes accessing bank accounts, buying or selling assets, and managing bills or liabilities.
There are a few differences across the Australian states and Attorneys generally cannot act on your behalf as a director of a company. There may be further restrictions on their powers depending on your state of residence. If you require specific advice about the tasks that your attorney may carry out in reference to your personal circumstances, we recommend seeking professional legal advice.
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