Powers of Attorney
In the future, you may need someone to look after your affairs. This may be in the short term, if you go abroad, or permanently, if you become incapable of managing your own affairs.
Indeed, if you have not appointed an attorney and become incapable of looking after your affairs, then your finances cannot be dealt with until the court appoints someone to deal with your finances. This can be a complicated, expensive and an extremely lengthy procedure. We can advise you fully on what powers you may need in the Power of Attorney and how to draft it to best suit your needs.
Contact: Roddy Harrison, Partner email@example.com T. 0141 221 8012