Powers of attorney

This part of the site provides legal information and documents relating to Powers of attorney. Powers of attorney allow you to arrange in advance for trusted people to manage your affairs should you become unable to do so.

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Powers of attorney

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If you are in Scotland, use this document to appoint another person to look after your financial affairs. Your attorney can either take up this power immediately or, if you choose, not until 2 doctors… Read more
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An enduring power of attorney allows you to give others the legal ability to manage your affairs, if you ever become unable to manage them yourself or communicate your wishes, possibly as a result of… Read more
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If some day you are no longer able to look after your own health and welfare (i.e. your social and healthcare needs), a lasting power of attorney will give that power to another person, called your… Read more
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If some day you are no longer able to look after your own financial affairs, due to factors like illness, accident or the onset of dementia, a lasting power of attorney (LPA) will give that power to… Read more

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