Enduring Power of Attorney 

An Enduring Power of Attorney (EPA) is a decision-support arrangement for people who wish to plan ahead for when they may be unable to make certain decisions for themselves due to incapacity. An EPA enables a person (the Donor) to appoint another person or persons (the Attorney) to look after his or her affairs and make decisions about their personal welfare, property and financial affairs should they sadly become mentally incapacitated.

An Enduring Power of Attorney can give general power to the Attorney entitling them to make decisions in relation to all the Donor's property and affairs, or the Enduring Power of Attorney can be tailored in such a way as to allow the Attorney make decisions in respect of limited affairs.

An EPA only comes in to operation when it has been registered with the Decision Support Service and an Attorney can only make an application to register the EPA once it has been medically certified that the Donor has become mentally incapacitated

We will provide a full breakdown of the costs and steps involved at the outset.

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