Ask a Law Question, Get an Answer ASAP!
Good afternoon, this is a matter that is entirely up to your solicitor. Some solicitors will be fine with just accepting the ID for the power of attorney. However if your solicitor has stricter requirements, it is up to their firm to take a view on these particular circumstances. A lot of firms accept ID certified by nursing home managers etc. So it is not a case of what other documents can be provided, it is a case of what your solicitor is willing to accept. It is a very subjective approach so you will need to ask them specifically what else the will provide. Hope this helps?
No problem, if you could accept my response or leave me a rating then Just Answer will credit me for assisting you. Many thanks.