Sarah Stowell, Bircham Dyson Bell: A stitch in time

Date: 19 Apr 2010


“An EPA (Enduring Power of Attorney) is usually prepared at the same time as a will is made and would enable a family member, friend or trusted professional to look after financial affairs in the case of lose of mental capacity because of accident or degenerative late 2007 the Mental Capacity Act 2005 changed to offer new options. Now a Lasting Power of Attorney can cover health, welfare, financial and medical decisions.”

“Not organising Lasting Power of Attorney particularly if ill health or a disaster happens suddenly can mean personal affairs are dealt with by the Court of Protection which is costly and time consuming.”

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Sarah Stowell
Bircham Dyson Bell

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