Power of Attorney, Enduring Powers of Attorney & Wardships
It is hard to contemplate what will happen if you lose the ability to make your own decisions.
Planning for the possibility means that you can have your say in who will be making decisions and who should be consulted and set some limitations if you wish.
It frequently happens that no plan is in place and it falls to those close to the person that has lost the ability to manage their financial affairs to take control of the situation for the protection of that person.
We assist clients in addressing this difficult issue.
Our areas of expertise include:
Making Enduring Powers of Attorney to plan in advance for the loss of capacity
Registering on the loss of capacity
Applications to the Court to make someone a Ward of Court
Advising Committees on their obligations