As responsible adults we should all plan ahead for what life may throw at us. An enduring power of attorney is a document granting someone the power to act on your behalf, for example if you lose mental capacity, in relation to your property or your personal care and welfare.
Planning ahead by having powers of attorney in place can save your family substantial costs and grief should you ever lose the power to act for yourself.
If you are planning on going overseas for a long period then appointing an attorney is extremely useful when dealing with your assets in New Zealand.
Making a will is one of the most important things you should do. It sets out what you want to happen to your assets when you die and can save your family unnecessary burden.
Buying a home is the largest investment many people will ever make and Miller Poulgrain has an experienced team ready to guide you through the process.
Rural Law is a highly specialised field of practise where you need the right people on the job, whether it be sales and purchases, leases, finance or a share milking dispute.
Our trust management system has evolved over numerous decades and we can advise you of the best model to use.
When things don’t go right and a dispute arises, either within the family of through a contract, it pays to have good advice early.
People in business need to protect their assets to reduce exposure to creditors, banks and the Government.