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Enduring Power of Attorney
        
An Enduring Power of Attorney is a document which one may execute while mentally well to deal with the situation that might arise in the event of a subsequent mental incapacity. In the Enduring Power of Attorney, one may appoint one or more “Attorneys” who will be empowered to deal with ones assets and affairs if the person making the Enduring Power of Attorney should suffer from a mental incapacity at a later stage rendering that person incapable of managing their own affairs.
      
The execution of an Enduring Power of Attorney should usually avoid the need for an application to be made to admit an incapacitated person to wardship under the Wards of Court procedure (See link to the left).
      
We have acted on behalf of a large number of clients in executing Enduring Powers of Attorney to appoint Attorneys to act on their behalf in the circumstances outlined above.
      
We have also acted on behalf of a large number of Attorneys in their application to the Wards of Court office to register the Enduring Power of Attorney after the person who made the Enduring Power of Attorney subsequently became mentally incapacitated.
        
        
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Seamus Whelan
swhelan@carvillrickard.ie
        
        
Carvill Rickard & Co. Solicitors
Watermill House, 1 Main Street, Raheny, Dublin 5, Ireland
Phone : +353 1 8312163    |    Fax: +353 1 8312452    |    Email: post@carvillrickard.ie
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