It depends upon the circumstances. If someone chooses to appoint their partner as their only attorney, and they owned the house together, then the partner would not be able to sell the house. This is because attorneys cannot make decisions to benefit themselves, and selling the house would not be seen as them acting independently. In this situation it would still be possible to sell the house, and we would be able to assist
If someone appoints both their partner and another attorney – for example, a son or daughter – then the two attorneys together would be able to sell the house. Similarly, if only one attorney is appointed, and they don’t own part of the house, then they would also be able to sell the house.