Wills & Lasting Powers of Attorney
Wills and Lasting Powers of Attorneys are fast becoming the must-have accessory for everyone over the age of consent! Making a will allows you to manage your affairs in your lifetime and relieves your loved ones of the burden of trying to sort matters out after you have left them.
If a person loses the ability to understand what is going on around them, then to enable family or friends (or a professionally appointed attorney) to provide help with financial affairs and personal arrangements, a registered lasting power of attorney avoids the necessity of applying to the Court of Protection. If it is too late for lasting power, then we can of course help with that application to the Court of Protection.
With a bit of planning ahead you can make these arrangements in a way that you are comfortable with.