Furthermore, have you considered who would make decisions on your behalf regarding care and medical treatment if you were unable to make such decisions?
There are two types of Lasting Power of Attorney, Personal Welfare and Property and Affairs. Our Associate will discuss both options with you and allow you to make an informed decision and plan for these two important issues.
If either of the above circumstances arise and there is no Lasting Power of Attorney in place there is a need for the Office of the Public Guardian to get involved in appointing someone to manage your affairs - this is a costly and intrusive process.
For more information on how we act on behalf of our clients, our payment structures and terms please read our Retail Client Agreement (here).