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Whether you're planning your children's future, buying a house or just making sure your wishes are clearly stated, we can help you take care of your will.

General Power of Attorney (Northern Ireland)

A General Power of Attorney (GPA) lets you appoint someone to act as your attorney and manage your affairs for a set period of time, for example, while your are abroad for an extended period. They are often used to allow someone to handle a specific transaction on your behalf.

General Power of Attorney is not suitable if you need someone to manage your affairs after you have permanently lost the mental capacity or physical capacity to do so. In this case you should use Enduring Power of Attorney.

This document is suitable for use in Northern Ireland.

Self Service

Price: £45.00

Self Service & Legal Review

Price: £109.00
  • Draft your document online by answering a series of simple questions
  • Online explanation and guidance notes
  • Telephone and email support
  • Secure online document transfer to our Wills Specialists for legal review
  • Notification when your document has been reviewed and is ready for printing

Included in this service:

General power of attorney (Northern Ireland) (Guidance Notes)
General Power of Attorney (Northern Ireland)

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Self Service & Legal Review*

£109
Buy now
Create an online document
Guidance notes provided
Save your document & finish it later
Legal Review
Check for contradictions or duplications
Support from our legal team
Create an online document
Guidance notes provided
Save your document & finish it later
Legal Review
Check for contradictions or duplications
Support from our legal team

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Wills

A will ensures your estate and assets are correctly distributed

Letter of wishes

Give guidance on almost anything you'd like to happen after your death

Power of Attorney

A Power of Attorney allows you to assign others to make key decisions for you if you become unable to do so.

* The legal review involves our wills specialists reviewing the answers you provided when completing your document questionnaire. It provides comfort that if you properly execute or sign your document it will comply with legal formalities and meet the requirements you specified.

Jargon buster

'Will'

The legal document witnessed by two witnesses in which you say what is to happen to your possessions on your death.

'Domicile'

The country you consider to be your permanent home for tax purposes, even if you actually reside elsewhere. It is distinct from nationality and place of residence.

View our full glossary of terms

Legal Review explained

Our wills specialists will review the answers you provide, and support you through the whole process by phone or email.

This gives you the reassurance that once you sign your will, or another document, you know it will comply with all legal formalities and meet your wishes.

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