Powers of Attorney

By: Benson Williams Limited  20/12/2012
Keywords: Powers of Attorney

Many elderly people also worry about who would actually handle their affairs in the case of a stroke, senile dementia, Alzheimer's, etc. This can be potentially very expensive, time consuming and distressing for your family. In order to handle your affairs a family member would have to apply to the Office of the Public Guardian which would mean expensive initial and on going administration fees and lengthy delays. These problems can be avoided with one very simple document called a Lasting Power of Attorney that should also be drawn up to plan for residential care fees. A Lasting Power of Attorney would enable you to: 1. Appoint family members to handle your affairs; 2. Bypass expensive Court administration fees; 3. Stop your assets being frozen and potentially save money; 4. Give you and your family priceless peace of mind.

Keywords: Powers of Attorney

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