We are able to offer full assistance to clients wishing to prepare Power of Attorney with immediate effect or in preparation for the loss of mental or physical capacity.
Following recent changes in the law, the appointment of an Attorney is a much more complicated procedure than it was previously. It is now possible to appoint an Attorney to act on your behalf in relation to your Property and Affairs and separately in relation to your Personal Welfare.
Prior to 1st October 2007, a client could complete an Enduring Power of Attorney (EPA). Any existing EPA is still valid and can be used. If the donor of the EPA loses mental capacity the EPA must be registered with the Court of Protection. There is a strict procedure to follow, but we can help you with this.
We have prepared an information sheet about Powers of Attorney that you can download for free by filling in the form below: