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Powers of Attorney

We feel strongly that having a Power of Attorney is a most valuable asset in future planning. Through our work with charities and carer groups we have seen families distress compounded due to the absence of a Power of Attorney.

Protecting your children's inheritance

Ensuring that the money you have worked hard to earn is passed on to your children and grandchildren is an important part of estate planning, according to one Courier Country legal company.

Planning for the Future

Many of our clients seek advice on Wills and Powers of Attorney irrespective of age or diagnosis, they are simply looking to make provision for the future. We can advise on all aspects of Wills including setting up a Trust provision.

Guardianship and intervention orders

In order to authorise where the person resides, the care the person should receive and how that care should be delivered a relative needs to apply to the Court for Guardianship.

Executry administration

We deal with all aspects of winding up the estate of a deceased person, whether or not a will is in existence. Above all we understand that this is a very difficult time for families and as such we aim to act in a respectful, responsive and efficient manner at all times.

Learning disabilities law

When a child with a learning disability reaches the age of 16 they are classed as an adult and as such parental rights are extinguished. It is therefore necessary for parents to make a guardianship application, in order to have legal authority to make welfare decisions on behalf of their child.

Dementia & the Law

We specialise in advising families looking after a relative with dementia in connection with Powers of Attorney and Guardianship applications, in order to ensure that where a person has a dementia diagnosis then a family member has legal rights to make welfare decisions on their behalf.

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