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TRANSLIT can provide Power of Attorney services that enable a specially appointed person to take legal actions on your behalf to manage your health, property, financial and other affairs. The main purpose of the Power of Attorney is to appoint someone to make decisions, sign documents, and carry out other important acts when you are unavailable.
A power of attorney can begin immediately or go into effect at some time in the future such as if you become incapacitated and can no longer make decisions over your affairs. Please pay attention to the fact that the person you appoint to act as yourself will be able to override or bypass any of your decisions, so please choose wisely.
In some cases, once a document has been notarised some further formalities should be undertaken before it can be used overseas. These formalities may include consular legalisation (often referred to simply as “consularisation”) or certification by Apostille in accordance with the 1961 Hague convention abolishing legalisation. An Apostille is a certificate/stamp issued by the Department of Foreign Affairs confirming the signature and seal of the notary and this procedure is accepted in an increasing number of countries. If needed, we will facilitate in issuing the Apostille stamp on your document, so you can rest assured of the legal authenticity of your documents to be presented abroad.
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