Where a Will makes provision for your finances after you are gone, a Power of Attorney (POA) allows you to appoint someone to step into your shoes and make decisions on your behalf, if you are unable to in future. These powers can stay in place even if you lose your ability to make decisions yourself, allowing your attorneys to ensure that everything continues to run smoothly for you, whatever happens.
Firstly, if you haven’t yet thought about putting these powers in place, we’d recommend having a think about them now. However, if you already have a Power of Attorney in place, or are acting as an attorney already, our specialist solicitors can help guide you through, administer or make changes to the documents.
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