Fundamentals: Power of Attorney Basics

Power of Attorney Basics

This session will explain all the basics to making an Enduring Power of Attorney including:

  • What is an Enduring Power of Attorney?
  • Who can be an attorney?
  • Who can make a power of attorney – what is a solicitor's role in determining whether someone has capacity to make an Enduring Power of Attorney?
  • Why make an Enduring Power of Attorney and what happens if you do not make an Enduring Power of Attorney?

And other important things to think about when preparing and advising on Enduring Powers of Attorney.


  • This is an on-demand webinar you can watch at anytime - a link and password will be sent to you when you register. 
  • Members will earn 1 CPD point in core area 4
  • This event was recorded as part of the Fundamentals Webinar Series on Tuesday 30 April. 
  • This recording will expire on 31 March 2025
  • Cost: Members - $25, Non-members - $70

Lauren Babic, Thomson Geer

Lauren's practice comprises estate and succession law, and elder law.  Lauren works closely with clients to ensure they have an effective estate plan where she drafts Wills, testamentary trusts, special disability trusts, Enduring Powers of Attorney and Superannuation Death Benefit Nominations to reflect clients’ unique circumstances. She administers estates and secures Grants of Probate across the ACT, NSW, and Victorian jurisdictions. Lauren also acts in various dispute matters including family provision claims, claims in relation to the validity of wills and equitable claims.


Member Registration $25.00(GST incl.) Register
Non-member registration $70.00(GST incl.) Register

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