Powers of Attorney

There may come a time in the future when you become unable to deal with your own affairs due to age or ill health. It is important that if that situation were to arise, you have appointed someone, your attorney, who will have the legal ability to act on your behalf.

Choosing an attorney is an important decision, as this person will be able to make decisions regarding your finances and property, and in certain cases about your health and wellbeing.

Appointing someone you can trust to make the best decisions for you, guarantees you the peace of mind to know that if such a situation does arise, your decisions will be made as you would want them to be.

To find out more about Powers of Attorney, visit our Legal Resource Centre where you will find a range of useful information, or download our free Guide to being an Attorney.

Please contact one of our team here to find out more information about Powers of Attorney, and to discuss choosing and appointing one for you.