Our specialist Private Client lawyers are able to help you prepare your Enduring Powers of Attorney (EPAs) as and when you need them. It is vitally important to give someone you trust the power to make decisions about your health and welfare if you are unable to. 

Up-to-date and regularly reviewed enduring powers of attorney will ensure that the best decisions relating to your property and health can be made for you when you cant make those decisions yourself.  This will give you and your family peace of mind now and can make things much easier later should those documents be needed. 

For example when someone is granted a property power of attorney by someone else, it gives them the power to sign documents and enter into binding agreements on their behalf.  A personal care and welfare enduring power of attorney will enable someone to make your health decisions when you can no longer make those yourself.
We will help you to understand why signing enduring powers of attorney might be a good idea and what would happen if you choose not to. We can guide and support you through the decisions you need to make to put those measures in place in a way they will work best for you and your family.  We can prepare and explain your enduring powers of attorney for both you property and personal care and welfare.  

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