Powers of Attorney
Granting a Power of Attorney allows you to nominate someone else, or more than one person if you wish, to help with your financial affairs and make decisions about your welfare in the event that you are unable to deal with matters yourself, for example if you became ill or lost capacity.
You can choose what your nominated person can and can’t help with, and by having the document in place you will have peace of mind that should the need ever arise, the person you have named can help.
We provide information and advice on granting a Power of Attorney, and ensure that your Power of Attorney accurately reflects your wishes, and is in place in case it is ever required.
For more information about Power of Attorney please contact us or visit the Law Society of Scotland's webpage on Power of Attorney.