Powers of Attorney
Every adult has the right to manage his or her own property and financial affairs. Sometimes, however, the ability to do so, whether through illness, age or disability, decreases, and it is at that stage when others may need to step in to lighten the burden. It is important, therefore, to take steps whilst you are still able, to make sure that those who are there to help are properly appointed to make decisions on your behalf.
A power of attorney is the legal way you can give power to someone to manage your affairs if you are unable. The Mental Capacity Act 2005 created the concept of ‘Lasting Powers of Attorney’, and our advisors can guide you through the process to make sure that you are properly prepared for the future.
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