Powers of Attorney

Setting up a Lasting Power of Attorney gives you the peace of mind that your affairs will be dealt with by a person or persons who you trust in the event that you become unable to manage your affairs.
It gives a person of your choice the ability to act on your behalf to manage your financial affairs and/or make health and welfare decisions for you.
If you think you may benefit from this, you need professional legal advice from our experienced team.
Court of Protection
When a person has lost mental capacity to deal with his/her affairs and no power of attorney is in place, an application to the Court of Protection may be necessary. Our experienced team can assist you with this process and are well versed in the sensitive issues concerned.