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Having a Power of Attorney drafted is an important part of planning for your future. When signed, a Power of Attorney authorises another person to be able to do certain things for you should you become unable to act in the future. There are various circumstances where this may be relevant, including the following:-

  • Mental disorder;
  • Learning disability;
  • Physical disability;
  • A period of absence abroad; or
  • Inability to communicate

A power of attorney is a legal document giving another person the legal authority to make decisions about aspects of your life. If you want someone else to govern your finances then you will need a property and affairs lasting power of attorney. If you want someone to make decisions about your health and welfare you will need a personal welfare lasting power of attorney. At Parkview Solicitors we can explain the rights that each of these confer and the implications.

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Bolton | 01204 565 234
Burnley | 01282 575 234

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