When you are responsible for a disabled or vulnerable person, there is added pressure to ensure that their needs will be met during your lifetime or should something happen to you.

Alternatively, though you may be well now, perhaps you are concerned as to how your family will manage your affairs if you become incapacitated and cannot manage without help in the future.

We can help in setting up a Lasting Power of Attorney to ensure that decisions relating to finance and property, and personal welfare, can be made on a persons behalf, should they be incapable of managing their affairs themselves.