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Who is the granter of this Power of Attorney?
Are Paul and Susan appointed as individual or joint attorneys?
Has this Power of Attorney been registered with the Office of the Public Guardian?
Is there a substitute attorney?
Is this Power of Attorney…
Who is the Welfare Attorney?
Who is the Financial Attorney?
How is Mary’s incapacity to be determined – to trigger the commencement of the welfare powers?
Is there a plenary power in this Power of Attorney?
Mary’s condition continues to worsen. You feel the care package must be increased to meet Mary’s needs. Mary is not able to authorise this. Can the attorneys do so?
Say Mary were to eventually end up in a Care Home – as the Care Home, you are planning a day out for your residents. Mary would be able to go if her attorneys are OK with this. Who should you approach about this?
Say one of the Attorneys decides they can no longer continue to fulfil the role. Can the Power of Attorney continue with the other as the sole Attorney?