A Power of Attorney is a document that empowers one person to conduct business on another's behalf and manage his or her affairs. The person giving the power is usually called the Donor. The person who is given the power is called the Donee or Attorney. Here's what you should know about Powers of Attorney:
When a person dies without leaving a will he has died “intestate.” When this occurs certain rules apply in regard to who is entitled to inherit the deceased's possessions which are called his "estate."
In Trinidad and Tobago these rules of intestacy are set out in the Administration of Estates Act Chap 9:01. When a person dies without a will the following persons have a right to a share of his estate: