Power of Attorney

Having a power of attorney is a legal way of nominating someone to act on your behalf if you are unable to act for yourself.

There are two types of Power of Attorney: Health and Welfare and Financial and Property. We guide you through the decisions you need to make and complete all of the paperwork for you. We will also help you to get them signed properly so they are accepted as legal documents.

It is most commonly perceived as something for older clients and clients who may go on to lose mental capacity to make their own decisions. We believe anyone of any age can benefit from having Powers of Attorney in place because you never know when an accident, illness or loss of capacity may happen to you. We must register the Power of Attorney with the Office of Public Guardian for them to be valid and this must be done whilst the donor still has capacity. Just like writing a will, you can’t do it too soon but you can do it too late.

Talk to us about your Power of Attorney today. We are also happy to offer these services to the families of our clients as we believe in giving as many people as possible access to these services at a reasonable price.

*Powers of Attorney are not regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.

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