Most are physically and mentally well and able to deal with their own affairs. However some have deteriorating physical and mental health that means they are inevitably dependent upon others to assist or even make decisions regarding their treatment and care.
Even those people who currently enjoy good physical and mental health should consider making provision for the future.
With an emphasis on personal attention, we are able to tackle the particular problems and concerns of the elderly.
One extremely useful device for ensuring that your assets are dealt with by someone in whom you have trust and confidence, in the event that you lose mental capacity, is a Lasting Power of Attorney.
Lasting Powers of Attorney have a special feature in that they can remain in force and be effective despite loss of mental capacity. You can give authority to manage all of your affairs or simply limit it to certain assets.
email Cathy MacCracken or phone on 01772 552218