what is the process of transferring power of attorney from one person to another once the person is deceased? there is no dispute, both parties are on board with the decision.
- We have a 'enduring power of attorney' form signed giving one person power of attorney. now the person is deceased, the person with that power of attorney would like to transfer their power of attorney to another person.
how do we go about getting tax invoice?Kind regards,Daniel
Sorry Daniel, I actually sent this question to justanswers, not yourself (see below) it's not for much, and I can do without it, but thought I should have still be able to be given one for the service, I like to keep track of my spendings and infact, thought it would have been an automated one based on the online payment method etc. strange dodgy system I thinks.
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