At Glaisyers, we understand that sometimes you may need to authorise others to make decisions and sign documents on our behalf. If you are in this situation or are helping someone else deal with their financial affairs, we’re here to help.
We have vast experience in all aspects of power of attorney, and believe it’s not just something for older people, but a useful thing to have in place should ever you need it. For instance, you can appoint an attorney to temporarily deal with your affairs, such as when you’re going out of the country while you sell your house. For more permanent assistance, a Lasting Power of Attorney appoints someone to make decisions for you and carry out your wishes, if you are unable to do so yourself.
Whatever the circumstances, at Glaisyers, our friendly, professional lawyers will take the time to be available to listen and understand your situation, before giving clear, straightforward advice. If you have been appointed as attorney for a relative or friend, we can help you to register the power of attorney and to manage the person’s property and financial affairs.