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Many people think that making a Power of Attorney is something to put off until later in life or make assumptions about how there affairs will be managed if they became incapable of making the decisions themself. However, the only way to be completely certain that your property, money and possessions will be managed by who you want, and in the manner that you want, or your views and wishes taken into account with regard to your health and welfare, is to make a Power of Attorney.
If you decide to make a Power of Attorney, it is important to consider what you want to happen if you are no longer mentally capable. These decisions require careful consideration and if you have any queries or concerns then you should give us a call.
We offer free initial advice on all of the key points that you will need to consider when making a Power of Attorney. If you decide to make your Power of Attorney with us we offer a more comprehensive information and advice service. This ensures that you are fully informed and are clear on your decisions.