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ONE SIZE DOESN’T FIT ALL

We understand that the needs of each individual or family are different and a one size fits all approach doesn’t always work. The Your Will be done app covers all the requirements for a simple Will. Yet from time to time things come along that are outside of the usual Will template, health, welfare and care needs. With this in mind we have partnered with Pine Ridge Legal to offer a full bespoke Will writing service.

Professional Will Drafting Service

We provide a professional Will Writing Service at a very competitive cost. Your Last and Final Will and Testament Will be written and checked over by a legal professional to ensure your Will meets your needs and is fully compliant with the laws of England and Wales. This Will give you complete piece of mind so you can carry on enjoying the finer things in life.

 

Power of Attorney – Lasting Power of Attorney

In the event that you are unable to make decisions for yourself due to mental or physical incapacity, lasting power of attorney (LPA) gives you the opportunity to appoint someone you trust, providing you peace of mind. Having an LPA in place puts you in control of your affairs because you decide exactly how much authority your attorney would have and whether you want to impose any limitations.

There are two types of lasting power of attorney. They are:

 

Property and Financial Affairs

This allows you to nominate people you trust to make important decisions on your behalf in the future, it gives your attorney the authority to deal with buying and selling your property, your bills, bank accounts, financial assets, pensions and investments.

Personal Health and Welfare

This type of LPA can only be used when you have lost capacity and are not able to make decisions for yourself. This covers all aspects of your healthcare and personal welfare. Including controlling where you may live, medical administration and life sustaining treatment, should you require care.

You can choose to make one type of Power of Attorney or both.

 

How to choose your attorney

The role of attorney involves a great deal of power and responsibility, therefore it is important to think carefully about who you choose. You must be able to trust them to make decisions in your best interests. You can choose to have between one and nine attorneys. You can also appoint a replacement attorney who can step in if your existing Attorney is no longer able to act for you. Your attorney can be anyone 18 or over, for example:

  • your husband, wife or partner
  • a relative
  • a friend
  • a professional

 

For further information contact us and a member of our team will contact you to discuss your bespoke needs.

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