In order to make a legally valid Enduring Power of Attorney under the laws of Victoria, Australia (Power of Attorney Act 2104 Victoria), you must:
Here's how it works:
1. the first witness does not require any special qualifications, but must be over 18 and independent (not someone appointed as your attorney or a relative of your attorney).
2. The second witness must be either a medical practitioner (for example your local doctor) or a person who is authorised to witness the signing of an affidavit.
The most accessible people who may witness a power of attorney in Victoria are likely to be one of the following: