Powers of Attorney and Court of Protection
Caring for people with Alzheimer’s and dementia related conditions is, unfortunately, becoming an increasing challenge in our society.
Planning ahead is, therefore, more important than ever. A Lasting Power of Attorney can be invaluable in allowing you to appoint another person(s) to deal with some or all of your financial and welfare decisions when you may not wish or be able to deal with them yourself.
If you have not made a Lasting Power of Attorney, your loved ones need not be concerned. They can still put in place arrangements to make decisions on your behalf if you are no longer able to. Our team are all familiar with Court of Protection work and can help you both with making an application to the Court and with the procedures to be followed when you are appointed to look after your loved ones affairs.