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If you or someone you love has been diagnosed with dementia, legal support may be furthest from your mind, but it's a good time to start preparing for the future.
So, you’ve decided to make a Power of Attorney. Now comes the tricky part: how much will it all cost?
Power of Attorney and a Deputyship Order are both governed by the Court of Protection, but in the eyes of the law they’re very different. Deciding which is needed is important.
Every question you’ve probably ever had about Power of Attorney.
Talking about Power of Attorney can be difficult. So, how can you broach the subject with an elderly parent, relative, or even your spouse and ease their worries?
Choosing the right Power of Attorney is an important step. But with the law offering three types of ‘POA’, what are the differences between them all?
Lots of people believe that when they get a will, they get Power of Attorney too. But is this the truth?
Getting Power of Attorney doesn’t mean ‘signing your life away’. It’s a document that keeps you in control even when you’re not fully capable any more.
A Power of Attorney is about keeping you in control when you’re not able to manage your affairs. Whether you’re going out of the country or getting married, there are times when you need to get Power of Attorney.
As you prepare for your future, you may wish to appoint a Power of Attorney who will take care of your affairs if you become unable to do so. But how can they help you when you can’t help yourself (and what aren’t they allowed to do)?