At Scotts Wright, we understand that, as people become older, they may have difficulty in handling their own affairs. You can appoint someone to handle them for you through a Lasting Power of Attorney. This can deal with your finances and also your personal affairs.

These used to be known as Enduring Powers of Attorney.

At a time which is often stressful for friends, carers and family members, a lasting power of attorney can help ease the burden of legal responsibility. In many cases, individuals feel they would like to set this in motion themselves, and appoint a solicitor to act on their behalf, rather than relying upon a friend or family member to make legal decisions for them, if they become unable.

It may be a good idea to discuss a Lasting Power of Attorney if you are concerned about your own – or a family member’s – ability to make decisions now or in the near or not-so-distant future.

Scotts Wright Solicitors will be able to provide you with a quick appraisal of the legalities involved, and give you the information you require to make an informed choice about your legal options in this regard.

We Can Come to Meet You

Our solicitors are more than happy to arrange appointments outside the office, if you have limited mobility.

Contact Us About Lasting Powers of Attorney

For more information, please contact Ian C Scott at our Leyburn Office or Kathryn Moore at our Catterick Garrison Office.