We specialise in assisting with appointing a Power of Attorney

We can provide practical advice concerning the decisions that you need to make when considering appointing a Power of Attorney to manage your financial affairs when you can no longer do so, including:

Whether to appoint one or more people and when.

Should the Power of Attorney operate immediately or only in specific circumstances such as illness or loss of mental capacity.

Should the document allow financial benefits to be given to anyone else.

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