We provide advice to clients seeking to create an Enduring Power of Attorney or register it in the Wards of Court Office. It has become popular for clients to create an Enduring Power of Attorney at the same time as signing their Will.
It is recommended that an Enduring Power of Attorney be put in place incase a situation arises in the future where the individual loses their mental ability to make decisions regarding certain aspects of their life, including financial and medical decisions. Registering an existing Enduring Power of Attorney in the Wards of Court office allows a family member or friend to be appointed by the Wards of Court to make decisions on the individual’s behalf in their best interests.
Additionally, we offer a full service to clients seeking to make Wardship applications or applications under the Nursing Homes Fair Deal Scheme.
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