Why a Power of Attorney is required for marriage in UAE?
Why a Power of Attorney is required for marriage in UAE? All expats, regardless of nationality and religion, can get married in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). Like in any country in the world, there are certain requirements that the government requires to be eligible for marriage. For instance, the contracting parties to the marriage[…]
FAQ About a Vehicle Power of Attorney in UAE
1. What is a Power of Attorney for Vehicle Transactions? A Power of Attorney for Vehicle Transactions allows you to appoint another person to handle transaction related to your vehicle on your behalf. This is often used to give another person authority to sell, buy, register title, renew registration, maintain, obtain plate number or export[…]
Why Do I Need a Power of Attorney in UAE?
A power of attorney (POA) is a document in which the principal (you) can designate another person (called the agent or attorney-in-fact) to act on behalf of you in all matters or in specified matters. Some circumstances may require you to give a POA to another person, who can be your family friends, lawyers or[…]
What is the difference between a Power of Attorney and a Will?
Planning for the uncertainties of the future from a legal and financial perspective can be difficult if you don’t have a clarity of the laws of your jurisdiction. There are many requirements as per the laws to be put into place to safeguard yourself and your loved ones legally and financially. A Will and a[…]