Wills & Inheritance
Have you made your Will?
Everyone who has assets should have a Will, particularly if you have children, dependants or partners.
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A Power of Attorney is a legal document where a person gives another person or persons (the Attorneys) power to sign and conduct legal formalities and make other decisions on their behalf. From 1 October 2007 Lasting Powers of Attorney replaced Enduring Powers of Attorney. Both were designed so they continue being effective after the Donor loses mental capacity.
There are two types of Lasting Powers of Attorney:-