Check your understanding of an EPA by answering the following questions.

  1. What is an Enduring Power of Attorney?
  2. Why do you want an Enduring Power of Attorney?
  3. What sort of decisions will your attorney be making for you?
  4. Can you limit the attorney's powers if you want to?
  5. Are you able to give specific instructions to your attorney about decisions to be made?
  6. What is the extent of the assets over which the attorney will have control?
  7. How many attorneys can you have?
  8. Why have you selected this person to be your attorney?
  9. If you have more than one attorney, who will make decisions concerning you or your finances?
  10. When will the attorney's power for financial matters begin?
  11. When will the attorney's power for personal matters begin?
  12. How long does the attorney's power last?
  13. Can you change or revoke the Enduring Power of Attorney?
  14. Is there anything else that will end the attorney's power?
  15. What would you do if you didn't agree with the attorney's decision?