As legal documents, UK Powers of Attorney, or POAs, can cause a lot of confusion for anyone who needs to prepare one for use. When you’re trying to figure out what needs to be included in order to make it valid and who needs to sign it, it can be difficult to know where to start.
Presenting a POA within the same country as it was issued can be stressful enough, but when you have to use it overseas, a whole host of new factors come into play. Does the document need to be created differently dependent on it’s purpose, and does it need to be translated? There are many factors which can impact your POA, so to avoid wasting time and potentially having to create the document from scratch, make sure you understand the procedures before you start.
We have put together the following articles to help you understand Powers of Attorney in more detail. If you still have any questions, our friendly team of specialists are here to help. Simply use our live chat function or use one of the methods on our Contact Us page.