Help your loved ones to deal with your affairs more quickly if something happens to you 

Power of Attorney 

We offer professional advice regarding Powers of Attorney, our aim is to act in your best interest and help put you in control of those decisions affecting your finances, health and wellbeing, for the future years. 
 
Our Power of Attorney services include: 
Power of Attorney – Property & Affairs 
Power of Attorney – Health & Welfare 
Main benefits of a Lasting Power of Attorney include: 
It helps your loved ones to deal with your affairs more quickly, giving you and your loved ones peace of mind 
Appointing someone you know and trust to make important decisions on your behalf, like where you live, the medical treatments and personal care that you receive. 
You do not have to apply through the Court of Protection to become a ‘deputy’, this can be a long and expensive process 
Avoid problems with getting access to financials, including managing bank accounts in order to pay bills etc 
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A Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) is a legal document where someone (while they still have the mental capacity) can nominate a trusted friend or relative to look after their affairs if they lose physical or mental capacity. 
Main benefits of a Lasting Power of Attorney include: 
 
You can appoint someone you know and trust to make important decisions on your behalf, like where you live, the medical treatments you receive, the personal care and day to day routine you receive, rather than a stranger, (you can appoint more than one attorney to act for you, determining how they must work together to make these decisions for you) 
You do not have to apply through the Court of Protection to become a ‘deputy’, this can be a long and expensive process 
It can avoid problems with getting access to monies, including managing bank accounts in order to pay bills etc 
It helps your loved ones to deal with your affairs more quickly, giving you and your loved ones peace of mind 
The executor of power of attorney is the person who is executing the power of attorney, also called principal or the executant. 
 
Enduring Powers of Attorney, also known as EPA (the previous system up until October 2007), allowed a ‘donor’ to create an EPA, whereby appointing an individual (or individuals) to manage financial, property and business affairs only (Health & Welfare not included). It is no longer possible to create an EPA, however they can still be used to manage your financial, property and business affairs. Depending on whether they are registered or not and/or require replacing, we can offer assistance with achieving the formalities. 
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