Our experienced team of solicitors can assist you with drawing up the right power of attorney, giving you peace of mind that your affairs will be handled the way you choose.
In instances where a person no longer has the required mental capacity to create a power of attorney, please visit our page on deputyship and the court of protection.
If you do not make a will, your property and other assets may not pass in accordance with your wishes. The future financial well-being of your family could depend on you having prepared an effective and valid will.
What happens if your relative has lost mental capacity, but there is no power of attorney in place? You need to apply to the Court of Protection for deputyship.
The specialist solicitors in our wills, probate and trusts team can take away the burden of obtaining probate and help you ensure the wishes of the deceased are followed.
To talk to a specialist solicitor about powers of attorney, please get in touch.
Contact the team below, or alternatively call on +44 (0)116 262 4225