Powers of Attorney and Court of Protection
Unfortunately some of us lose capacity to manage our financial affairs.
To protect you and your loved ones we can assist you to make a power of attorney so that there is someone to act in your best interests if you should lose capacity. Where there is no other provision in place we can assist in making an application to the Court of Protection appointing a deputy for a loved one who has lost capacity.
Situations where a loved one becomes unable to deal with his/her affairs can cause difficulty and distress for family members trying to help. Lasting Powers of Attorney can:
- Be made in relation to your property, cover financial affairs and your health
- Allow you to appoint different combinations of people to act on your behalf
- Provide conditions and guidance to enable your attorneys to carry out your wishes
For a no obligation consultation or quotation please contact Jamie Hamilton, Robert Kornas, Laura Priestley or Lauren Bowness.