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Powers of attorney
We frequently help individuals, families and business owners with preparing property and financial affairs powers of attorney, to ensure that decisions such as making or selling investments, running bank accounts and selling property can be made in the event of their incapacity.
We also advise clients on appointing attorneys for health and welfare matters to make decisions about healthcare and medical treatment, where they live and their personal welfare such as diet, dress or daily routine.
With a longstanding reputation for providing a trusted, first-class service in a compassionate and professional manner, we will guide you step-by-step through the process of appointing an attorney to manage your property, finances, health and welfare.
If necessary, we also act as attorneys, particularly for property and financial affairs.
Powers of attorney
Our well-regarded private client solicitors have significant experience of advising on all aspects of powers of attorney including:
We can also assist with revoking a lasting power of attorney or enduring power of attorney administration.
Several of our lawyers are accredited members of professional organisations such as Solicitors for the Elderly and the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP), with a number of them also being recognised as leading individuals in The Legal 500 and Chambers and Partners.
“Flint Bishop routinely acts on tax planning for high-net-worth individuals, and it also covers wills, estate administration, probate, trusts, Court of Protection and elderly client matters. Led by Claire Rudkin, the practice is increasingly active in cross-border matters and represents business owners, entrepreneurs and farmers, among others.”
For more information and advice, please contact us on 01332 226 162 or complete the form below.
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