A Power of Attorney can be of great benefit to you and those close to you.
Mental or physical incapacity can occur at any age and by appointing a suitable person(s) to act on your behalf you can rest assured that decisions can be made and matters dealt with by a person(s) of your choosing if you are no longer able to do so yourself.
We can provide you with advice on all aspects of Powers of Attorney including:
- The advantages of having a Power of Attorney in place
- Matters to consider in appointing a suitable person(s) to act as your Attorney
- The role of an Attorney
- Appropriate financial and welfare powers
- Registering the Power of Attorney with the Office of the Public Guardian