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Power of Attorney

 

This very important document lets you choose who can look after your affairs.  It is not a straightforward procedure; however I can guide you through the whole process,


There are two types:

Property and Affairs – this document appoints people who will be able to sort out your financial affairs, including investments and savings or your property.  It can be registered in Court to take effect should you become incapable of managing your own affairs.

 

Personal Welfare – this document appoints people who can make decisions on your health and general welfare if you are unable to make those decisions for yourself.  This could include the type of medical care you receive or may wish to refuse to have.




Standard charge rate for four hours’ work for a straightforward Power of Attorney in addition to this medical and Court fees may be payable.


For more details contact me for details of my fees.

 

 

 


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