Wills & Power of Attorney

Published: 22 April 2019

For many, this can be a delicate and understandably uncomfortable subject. However, some may take solace in the knowledge that arranging your Power of Attorney will ensure that a trusted person properly supports you should you no longer have the mental capacity to manage your own affairs.

Furthermore, by ensuring you have a legal will in place will make certain that your wealth and assets go to those you care about most. By not having a will in place, the management of your wealth will be regulated by the conventional rules of intestacy, which means the bulk of your estate might not go to who you want it to.