If you ever become incapable of taking care of your day-to-day personal and financial affairs, you’ll need someone you trust to step up and take care of them for you.
The only way they can do that is if you appoint them to, by way of Enduring Powers of Attorney.
The Ministry of Justice provides Enduring Powers of Attorney forms on its site, but they are not very user friendly. Clients often appreciate our guidance and ask us to prepare the forms for them.
“Every adult should have Enduring Powers of Attorney, as accidents affecting mental capacity can happen to anyone at any time.”