Powers of Attorney

Over the next 60 years the average life expectancy will be 100 years. It is important to make plans for your old age, and choose someone to look after your affairs if you become unable to do so through mental or physical ill health.

Appointing attorneys

We can help you by:

  • setting up attorneys to deal with your affairs in various circumstances
  • advising you on whether to give general Powers of Attorney or Lasting Powers of Attorney

Managing the affairs of your next of kin

If your next of kin loses the mental ability to handle their affairs, and they have not put an Enduring Power of Attorney in place, we can:

  • give you the best advice for your circumstances
  • assist you in applying to the Court of Protection for authority to manage financial affairs

Contact us

  • call us on 020 8370 2899 for an initial discussion about setting up powers of attorney
  • read our FAQs about Powers of Attorney
  • read our FAQs about transferring your home to your children to avoid paying home fees