UK Family Law
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Any Power of Attorney which is required to be enforceable in India would have to comply with Indian law and be set out in the proper form according the procedure/practice in india. Therefore, it would have to be drafted by an Indian Lawyer.
If your lawyer is advising you that it is best for an family member to be given power of attorney then they will be able to draft it for you and then send it to you to execute with a solicitor/notary here in the UK so that you can return to them for use during proceedings.
UK lawyers will draft powers of attorney's for use in the UK, not in India.
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