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Most people appreciate the importance of making a will but there is significantly less awareness of the benefits of making a power of attorney. Powers of attorney enable you to appoint one or more people to make health and welfare decisions for you and to look after your finances should you become unable to do so. By making a power of attorney you can entrust the decision-making to a loved one rather than leaving it to a stranger. We are happy to help you take these important steps and avoid the all too common "if only" thoughts.
When it has been left too late we can help you to navigate the complex court application for you to become a deputy for the friend or family member who needs your assistance. Where there is nobody willing or able to act as attorney or deputy for a vulnerable person we are able to offer our professional attorney or deputy service.
Our team includes lawyers who are members of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners and Solicitors for the Elderly.
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