If you do not have a Lasting Power of Attorney in place but become incapable of dealing with your affairs then a different application is required to the Court of Protection. Your relatives could face long delays and increased expense by having to make a formal application to the court for a Deputyship order. If this is the only route available then we are also experienced in dealing with these applications.
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- Powers of Attorney
- Lasting Power of Attorney
- Why do I need a Lasting Power of Attorney?
- Who can I appoint as an Attorney?
- How many Attorneys can I appoint?
- When can Attorneys act?
- Mental capacity and Lasting Power of Attorney
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