Wills, Estates and Powers of Attorney
Everyone should have a will in place to assist loved ones in determining what you want to happen with your estate when you are gone, no matter your situation.
Powers of attorney should also be put in place in case you lose capacity as these give you the ability to nominate someone to deal with your own property or personal affairs when you are no longer able to (or in the case of Property, now or if you lose capacity).
These are incredibly important and vital documents. We can assist with all aspects and urge our clients to take steps now. Contact our team to discuss your options and to get these documents in place.
Posted: Tue 17 May 2016