What is the difference between enduring guardianship and enduring power of attorney?
• When does enduring guardianship end? • How can I obtain more information about enduring guardianship? How do I appoint an enduring guardian? If you wish to appoint an enduring guardian, you must sign a form of appointment. You can appoint one or more enduring guardians with the same functions on the same form. If you want to appoint two or more enduring guardians with different functions, you will need to fill out separate forms for each enduring guardian appointed. The person or persons you appoint as your enduring guardian(s) must also sign the form to show that they have agreed to be your guardian. All signatures on the form must be witnessed by an eligible witness. An eligible witness is a NSW solicitor, NSW barrister, Registrar of the Local Court (formerly known as the Clerk of the Local Court), or an interstate legal practitioner. The enduring guardianship form is an important legal document. The original should be kept in a safe place, possibly where you keep other important l