Need an Enduring Power of Attorney?

Available online with Your Wills.

Selecting the right person to make decisions on your behalf is crucial.

In order to make this process as easy as possible, we’ve developed four forms:

1. General Non-Enduring Power of Attorney

A General Non-Enduring Power of Attorney authorises a person or persons to act on your behalf in relation to your financial and personal matters for a specified period of time. This authority will end at the date or occasion specified in the Power of Attorney or once revoked by you.

For example: You are going to be overseas when the sale of an asset occurs, i.e. car, boat or house, a non-enduring power of attorney could be used to appoint someone to execute the sale documents while you are away.

2. Enduring Power of Attorney

An Enduring Power of Attorney authorises a person or persons to act on your behalf in relation to your financial and personal matters. This authority will continue if and when you are unable to make these decisions until a time specified in your Power of Attorney or upon your death.

For example: If you have been diagnosed with an illness which will, in the future, render you incapable of making decisions for yourself an enduring power of attorney could be used to appoint someone to act on your behalf when you no longer have capacity to make decisions on your own.

3. What is an Instrument Appointing Guardian/Medical Attorney/Medical Treatment Decision Maker?

A Power of Guardian, Power of Medical Attorney or Instrument Appointing Medical Treatment Decision Maker (depending on your state or territory) authorises a person or persons to make medical treatment decisions on your behalf if and when you are unable to make these decisions, including in situations where you are rendered incapable due to a medical emergency.

For example: The instrument appointing the decision maker appoints the person who will make decisions regarding your medical care and ensure your instructions you have indicated in the advance care directive are carried out, if applicable.

4. Advance Care Health Directives.

An Advance Care Directive allows you to inform health professionals, family and friends of your healthcare wishes should you become unable to make or communicate such decisions. This includes medical treatments you would like or refuse should you be in a position to require them, along with your values and preferred outcomes.

For example: An advance care directive is a document which is used to set out your instructions and wishes regarding your medical treatment if you are no longer able to make those decisions.

Simply select the relevant form category, enter the state of Australia you live in and make payment. You’ll then be able to download the form as a PDF file that can be edited on your computer or, if you prefer, can be printed and filled out by hand.

Please note: our sample forms are just that, a sample, and are only to be used as guide to show you the indicative format your form will come in.

  • Power of Attorney Form Options

  • Pay for form upfrontPay for form upfront
  • Download as a PDF document which can be reused, with the option for to type details or handwrite details.Download as a PDF document which can be reused, with the option for to type details or handwrite details.
  • You can authorise one or more persons to make decisions on your behalf.You can authorise one or more persons to make decisions on your behalf.
  • An Attorney must be older than 18 years of age.An Attorney must be older than 18 years of age.
  • Can be used to authorise an Attorney to act for specific limited period of time, such as when travelling overseas. Can be used to authorise an Attorney to act for specific limited period of time, such as when travelling overseas.
  • Will continue to authorise a person to act on your behalf until revoked or upon your death.Will continue to authorise a person to act on your behalf until revoked or upon your death.
  • Available for Australian Capital Territory Available for Australian Capital Territory
  • Available for New South WalesAvailable for New South Wales
  • Available for Northern TerritoryAvailable for Northern Territory
  • Available for QueenslandAvailable for Queensland
  • Available for South AustraliaAvailable for South Australia
  • Available for TasmaniaAvailable for Tasmania
  • Available for VictoriaAvailable for Victoria
  • General Non-Enduring Power of Attorney

  • $49.95+ GST

  • Pay for form upfront
  • Download as a PDF document which can be reused, with the option for to type details or handwrite details.
  • You can authorise one or more persons to make decisions on your behalf.
  • An Attorney must be older than 18 years of age.
  • Can be used to authorise an Attorney to act for specific limited period of time, such as when travelling overseas.
  • Will continue to authorise a person to act on your behalf until revoked or upon your death.
  • Available for Australian Capital Territory
  • Available for New South Wales
  • Available for Northern Territory
  • Available for Queensland
  • Available for South Australia
  • Available for Tasmania
  • Available for Victoria
  • Enduring Power of Attorney

  • $49.95+ GST

  • Pay for form upfront
  • Download as a PDF document which can be reused, with the option for to type details or handwrite details.
  • You can authorise one or more persons to make decisions on your behalf.
  • An Attorney must be older than 18 years of age.
  • Can be used to authorise an Attorney to act for specific limited period of time, such as when travelling overseas.
  • Will continue to authorise a person to act on your behalf until revoked or upon your death.
  • Available for Australian Capital Territory View Disclaimer
  • Available for New South Wales
  • Available for Northern TerritoryView Disclaimer
  • Available for QueenslandView Disclaimer
  • Available for South Australia
  • Available for Tasmania
  • Available for Victoria
  • Instrument Appointing Guardian/Medical Attorney/Medical Treatment Decision Maker

  • $49.95+ GST

  • Pay for form upfront
  • Download as a PDF document which can be reused, with the option for to type details or handwrite details.
  • You can authorise one or more persons to make decisions on your behalf.
  • An Attorney must be older than 18 years of age.
  • Can be used to authorise an Attorney to act for specific limited period of time, such as when travelling overseas.
  • Will continue to authorise a person to act on your behalf until revoked or upon your death.
  • Available for Australian Capital Territory View Disclaimer
  • Available for New South Wales
  • Available for Northern TerritoryView Disclaimer
  • Available for QueenslandView Disclaimer
  • Available for South AustraliaView Disclaimer
  • Available for Tasmania
  • Available for Victoria
  • Advance Care Health Directive

  • $49.95+ GST

  • Pay for form upfront
  • Download as a PDF document which can be reused, with the option for to type details or handwrite details.
  • You can authorise one or more persons to make decisions on your behalf.
  • An Attorney must be older than 18 years of age.Not Applicable
  • Can be used to authorise an Attorney to act for specific limited period of time, such as when travelling overseas.
  • Will continue to authorise a person to act on your behalf until revoked or upon your death.
  • Available for Australian Capital Territory View Disclaimer
  • Available for New South Wales
  • Available for Northern TerritoryView Disclaimer
  • Available for QueenslandView Disclaimer
  • Available for South AustraliaView Disclaimer
  • Available for Tasmania
  • Available for Victoria


Disclaimer – Enduring Power of Attorney
Your Wills is not able to provide an enduring power of attorney document for the Australian Capital Territory, Northern Territory or Queensland as it must comply with specific state/territory requirements of the legislation. Should you require this document for one of these states, we recommend you seek separate legal advice or visit the state/territory government website for further information.
Disclaimer – Advance Care Directive
Your Wills is not able to provide an advance care directive for the Australian Capital Territory, Northern Territory, Queensland or South Australia as it must comply with specific state/territory requirements of the legislation. Should you require this document for one of these states, we recommend you seek separate legal advice or visit the state/territory government website for further information.
Disclaimer – Instrument Appointing Medical Treatment Decision Maker Forms
Your Wills is not able to provide an instrument appointing a medical treatment decision maker/guardian/medical attorney for the Australian Capital Territory, Northern Territory, Queensland or South Australia as it must comply with specific state/territory requirements of the legislation. Should you require this document for one of these states, we recommend you seek separate legal advice or visit the state/territory government website for further information.