If you are worried about who will look after your property and financial affairs or will make decisions about your health and welfare if you ever become unable to do so, Lasting Powers of Attorney provide a means by which you can appoint someone or several people in advance to act as your attorney or attorneys. Your attorneys, if correctly appointed, can deal with your property and finances and make decisions relating to your health and welfare, in circumstances of your choosing. Call Laura Webster on 01228 510077 to discuss making a Lasting Power of Attorney.
If you have a relative or friend who is no longer able to make decisions about their property and financial affairs or about their personal welfare, but has made no provision for what should happen in that event, you would need to apply to the Court of Protection to become that person’s deputy. As deputy, you would then be able to make such decision on their behalf. We will guide you through this complicated process from start to finish. Call Laura Webster on 01228 510077 to discuss deputyship matters.
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