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Granting your Attorney sufficient powers

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You can give your Attorney(s) any power you want to (as long as it concerns your health and welfare) but it is vital that the powers are written in a clear, understandable way as they will be interpreted very strictly. Even if you mean to give a specific power your Attorney(s) will not be able to make that decision on your behalf unless it is clearly specified within the written document. It is therefore very important that the powers you intend to grant are specific, explained in a way that is easily understandable and not open to interpretation.