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Lasting Power of Attorney
What is a Lasting Power of Attorney? Well, put simply it is about choosing someone you trust to make important decisions about your affairs should you become unable to do so. By nominating someone to make decisions on your care, welfare and finances you are ensuring that there is no confusion or bother for your loved ones should the be a time it is needed. If you don’t have a Power of Attorney, they may have to go to the court to get the authority to act on your behalf. This then becomes a time consuming, costly and often distressing process. So by setting a Power of Attorney now, you are making things easier for the future.
Power of Attorney’s can cover one, or both of the following:
1. Health and Welfare – allowing decisons to be made on your health, welfare and care.
2. Property and finance – allowing someone to take care of your financial affairs, such as paying bills etc.
SW Probate Services will help you decide what to include in your Power of Attorney. We will also register it for you with the Office of the Public Guardian. (It is not a valid document until it is registered with the Office of the Public Guardian).
SW Probate, 10 Gordon Road,
Bailgate, Lincoln, LN1 3AJ
Call now on 01522 511177
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Power of Attorney
Having a Power of Attorney in place allows you to decide who will be able to handle your affairs should you become unable to do so.
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