Powers of Attorney
As we get older we may have concerns over who may be able to look after and help manage our finances and affairs should we become unable to do so ourselves. We might worry about ensuring that our views and wishes concerning personal welfare are known by care providers and health professionals at a time when we cannot voice our preferences and concerns ourselves.
These are all issues which at some time in the future we have to address or perhaps support a loved one in doing so. Uncertainty about the future can be worrying and any anxiety can be eased by obtaining professional yet empathetic and pragmatic advice.
How we can help
We can advise you in connection with:
- Lasting Powers of Attorney for Property and Affairs
- Lasting Powers of Attorney for Health and Welfare
- General/Ordinary Powers of Attorney
- Registration of an Enduring Power of Attorney
- Disputes with Attorneys
At Burley Geach we have an approachable and empathetic team with specialist knowledge and expertise of these issues. We can discuss with you, in complete confidence, your thoughts and concerns so that you are provided with details of the options available to you and the associated costs involved. Please contact your nearest office to discuss your particular requirements with one of our advisers.