A Power of Attorney is a legal document which enables you to appoint one or more persons to act and make decisions on your behalf in relation to your assets (property and finances) or your health and welfare at a time when you may no longer be capable of acting or making those decisions yourself.

There are different types of Power of Attorney:

  • Lasting Power of Attorney for Property and Financial Affairs
  • Lasting Power of Attorney for Health and Welfare
  • Ordinary Power of Attorney
  • Enduring Power of Attorney

Powers of Attorney are relevant to all people regardless of age and health.

When may you need to engage a Powers of Attorney Solicitor?

  • the onset of illness
  • you may be out of the country for prolonged periods on business
  • you may be housebound
  • in care and require assistance attending to your affairs.

Whatever your situation, we can advise you on all aspects of Power of Attorney. Ellen Fay Solicitors can help you to arrange a Power of Attorney, deciding who would be a suitable person to act as your attorney, helping you and your Attorney to understand the practical implications of Power of Attorney. We will deal with the registration of the Power of Attorney and we can also give you and your Attorney guidance and assist with the administration of your affairs.

We can also act an Independent Certificate Provider for you or your clients where we are not involved in preparing Lasting Power of Attorney.

For immediate advice call our powers of attorney solicitors on 01772 722373 or contact us direct via the website at Preston Solicitors.

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