Powers of Attorney
Making a Power of Attorney brings peace of mind should you become less able or incapable of dealing with your financial affairs or matters affecting your personal welfare. The person whom you have nominated as your Attorney will then be able to do so on your behalf.
A Power of Attorney is very much like insurance for the future, and often an Attorney may not be required to act on your behalf for many years – if at all.
If you were to become incapable of dealing with your financial affairs or matters affecting your personal welfare without having a Power of Attorney, there are steps which can still be taken to assist you and your family. However, the entire process is far more time consuming and considerably more expensive. By putting a Power of Attorney in place, you can avoid such delay and expense.
The process itself is simple and relatively inexpensive. We’re happy to discuss your requirements with you. Contact us to get started.