Law for Lunch: Enduring Powers of Attorney

Wondering if you need an Enduring Power of Attorney (‘EPOA’)?
Want to know what it does?

Come along at noon this Wednesday to a talk at the Johnsonville library to hear Julie and Graeme Withers of Withers Law and Sheila Reed from Age Concern discussing why having an ‘Enduring Power of Attorney’ is important, how to get one, and various ways to avoid any pitfalls.

All welcome, refreshments will be offered.

Law for Lunch: Money matters

Law for Lunch – Enduring Powers of Attorney: When you can’t manage your own affairs

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Law for Lunch this week is taken to the Newlands Community Centre.
The topic will be presented by Darien Mahony, a Community Lawyer at Community Law Wellington and Hutt Valley.

Darien, who holds the Seniors’ portfolio, will be focusing on

• What is a general Power of Attorney and how may be arranged
• What can you do if you become unable to look after yourself and your own affairs
• When and how you should set up an Enduring Power of Attorney
• Who can deal with your property and your bank accounts and more …

Come along to ask your questions and find out more about Enduring Powers of Attorney
You are welcome to bring your lunch and there’s no need to book a seat in advance.

This presentation will take place this Wednesday, from 12 noon to 1pm, at Newlands Community Centre, 9 Batchelor St, Newlands. You are all welcome!

For more information, please check our online Event Calendar.