Power of Attorney are made in order to authorise others to manage decisions for you should you be unable to make them yourself.
There are typically three different types (click on the links for more detail):
It is always worth considering whether a Power of Attorney should be put in place in case of unexpected absences or emergencies. It is vital that you trust the person who is to be appointed; advance planning will ensure you have a suitable attorney in place who is able to act on your behalf and in good faith.
Click on the links for more information about each type or, for more details and to discuss your requirements, please contact: