You must appoint someone who has the mental capacity to make their own decisions.
- A relative
- A friend
- A professional Eg solicitor ,Financial Adviser
- Your Spouse
Other matters to consider may include:
- How good are they at managing their own finances / affairs
- How well do you really know them.
- Are you sure they will always act in your best interest
- How happy would they be to be confident enough to make right decisions
- If you choose more than one person you then need to decide if they will make decisions
Separately or together- sometimes called jointly and severally. This means attorneys can make decisions on their own or with other attorneys.
Together- sometimes called jointly, this means all attorneys have to agree on the decision.