Power of Attorney

Making a Power of Attorney

You can take control and decide who you would want to handle your affairs if you lose the physical or mental capacity to do so yourself?

It's a sad fact, as people live longer, their mental and physical health deteriorates.  It means that there may come a time when you're no longer able to make decisions for yourself. Before this happens, you need to choose people you know, like and trust to make decisions on your behalf.

But old age and illness are not only the times a Power of Attorney is useful. If you are going to be overseas, for example, while an important transaction is going on here in the UK, you might want to appoint someone to handle things for you in your absence.

Either way, it makes sense to formalise the arrangement now, to be activated if/when the need arises.

It may sound simple enough, but expert help is invaluable.  We'll help you decide on the best approach, draw up your Powers of Attorney, complete the appropriate forms, and register them with the Office of the Public Guardian.

Give us a call and let's get started...