Who's looking after your best interests?
Updated: May 12
A Power of Attorney allows you (the principal) to appoint someone you trust to make decisions for you during your lifetime, regarding your personal/health and financial matters.
So just what is a Power of Attorney? An Enduring Power of Attorney (as it is also known) is a legal document that outlines your directions, interests and wishes as to how and who you would like to manage your affairs during your lifetime.
Usually, an enduring power of attorney takes effect when you lose capacity or become medically unfit in order for you to competently and independently manage your own affairs.
In addition to having a Will, your Power of Attorney is probably one of the most important documents you will ever require to have, because should you ever lose capacity, it saves your loved ones the time, money and added stress of having to make an application to the courts.
Our expert team of professional solicitors at David Grant & Associates can assist with your Enduring Power of Attorney and we offer fixed fee solutions and discounts for couples.
To start putting the pieces together, and protect your interest why not reach out and contact us today!