Enduring Power of Attorney & Wardship
As you enter your senior years, it is wise to take steps to protect yourself and your dependents. Just as everyone should have a Will, we recommend that everyone should also have an Enduring Power of Attorney to cover off the possibility of a loss of mental capacity later in life. Failing to have legally binding instructions in place for loss of mental capacity will have expensive repercussions for your loved ones. This is an issue that is becoming more prevalent given medical advances and increasing life expectancy.
- Preparing Enduring power of attorney document
- Advising on the situations where a person will be discharged from the ward of court system and the process involved
- Advising on the appointment of a decision making representative or co decision maker
- Advising on preparing Advanced health care directives