Lasting Power of Attorney
A Power of Attorney document gives your chosen representative (known as your "attorney") the authority to manage your affairs if you are unable. This could be due to accident, illness or old age. Without a Power of Attorney, a friend or family member cannot manage your care or pay bills / manage your finances.
Health & Welfare Power of Attorney - £200
This document gives your chosen representatives the authority to manage your care, from basic choices such as how / where you are cared for, to deciding whether to continue with life support.
This document is often created in combination with a Living Will (detailed below).
Financial Affairs Power of Attorney - £200
This document gives your chosen representatives (known as attorney's) the authority to access and manage your finances. From basic transactions such as drawing your pension or paying your utility bills, through to managing investments and property transactions.
Business Affairs Power of Attorney - £200
Much like the personal Financial Affairs Power of Attorney, this document allows you to specify who will manage your business finances if you run a Ltd Company or Partnership.
Please note: Fees do not include the £82 government registration fee per document (charged by the Office of Public Guardian)