Power of Attorney and Guardianship

Even now, when medical treatments are more advanced than ever, mental illnesses such as dementia are still regrettably common. Progressive health issues can eventually prevent people from handling their own finances, and this is why power of attorney can be so important.

Power of Attorney means that a friend or family member is legally allowed to look after your affairs and make important decisions on your behalf. However, you must be of sound mind when entering into a Power of Attorney. If a friend or family member is suffering from a degenerative disease, assigning a legal guardian through the Court of Protection can put everyone’s mind at ease, leaving them to concentrate on caring for the afflicted party.

Here are Newbold, we have a team of experienced solicitors who are always happy to help with matters related to legal guardianship, power of attorney and Court of Protection. We understand that such matters can be extremely emotional, and as such, we treat every case with extreme sensitivity and understanding. We know that you will be satisfied with the service you receive, and we will do everything in our power to ensure the best possible outcome for all involved.

For more information about our guardianship/power of attorney/Court of Protection service, contact your nearest Newbold office today.

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