Before a loved one is no longer able to take responsibility for their affairs, it may be advisable to take steps to keep their interests safe. Legal experts will help with matters such as power of attorney, ensuring protective measures are implemented legally and ethically.Select a legal area
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Give someone else the power to make decisions on your behalf.
A couple can give someone else the power to make decisions on their behalf.
Apply to be a Court appointed Deputy for someone unable to make their own decisions.