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Powers of attorney and what they can and can’t manage on your behalf are complex agreements that have a significant impact of how you live your life.
We’ve all seen the news and watched as people struggle to cope with twists of fate that have left them without sufficient care or court cases where families struggle to regain control over how best to care for their relatives, and yet we do nothing about protecting ourselves and our families from going through the same ordeal.
Our new guide explains the difference types of agreement and how to go about making them. With the help of our experienced solicitors we can guide you through this process so that you are comfortable with the decisions you make and the attorneys you appoint.
This month, if you buy any Lasting Powers of Attorney (LPA), either a Financial LPA or a Health and Welfare LPA we will provide you with a Will, free of charge.
To discuss the options available, please contact us via email, phone or by popping into one of our branches to make an appointment with a specialist. Our Private Client team are available for consultations in both the Sudbury and Clare offices.
Read our free guides:
Understanding Probate: a brief guide to the usual steps that have to be taken when somebody dies and an application has to be made for a grant of probate on your behalf.
Guide to Powers of attorney and what they can and can’t manage on your behalf are complex agreements that have a significant impact of how you live your life.
Guide to Legal Guardianship: If you've got children under 18 or anyone else who depends on you, make sure you discuss with your family who'd look after them after you've gone. It's tough to talk about, but don't put it off. Making plans and provisions now will help to ensure they're safe and cared for if the worst happens, especially if you’re currently the only living parent.