Helping The Elderly and Powers of Attorney

We all assume that somehow we will be able to manage our property and financial affairs throughout our lives. However, this does depend on being able to understand our various transactions and their implications. Equally, we sometimes assume that we will always be physically able, for example, to visit our bank.

These abilities may be unexpectedley lost through accident, injury or on-set of illness such as dementia, so it is reassuring to know that there are procedures in place that can help you plan for the future.

You can plan for these possibilities by taking the sensible precaution of executing an Enduring Power of Attorney (EPA) whilst still mentally capable.

How can we help you?

We can help you if:

  • You are concerned about the ability of someone else to manage his or her affairs
  • You are concerned about the ability of someone to manage another person's affairs
  • You are concerned about your own ability to manage your affairs
  • You are responsible for manageing someone else's affairs
  • There is a dispute or uncertainty about someone's ability to make decisions for him/herself
  • There is a dispute about what social care, residence or medical treatment is in the person's best interest.

If you want to find out more, contact us using our consultation form or call us on (028) 7964 2224.
Our guides

What is an EPA?
FAQs on EPAs