Power of Attorney is a fairly common legal document, usually prepared by Lawyers, and signed in the presence of a practising lawyer in Singapore. If you are signing your Power of Attorney outside Singapore, you will need to sign it in the presence of a Singapore Consulate Officer or a Notary Public in that country.
There are 2 types of Lasting Power of Attorney. One relates to authority in relation to the donor’s property and financial affairs. This type of Lasting Power of Attorney can allow, for example, the attorney to pay the donor’s bills, sell their property or investments and operate their bank accounts.