Clancys Solicitors offer a variety of services relating to the creation of wills and setting a power of attorney for you.
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Please contact us today for further information on making a Will for yourself.
Did you know that if you become unable to make decisions for yourself – because of illness or injury for example – no-one else can make those decisions for you, unless you have given them legal powers to do so?
Everyone is being encouraged to “Start the Conversation” with their loved ones as the first step to giving Power of Attorney to someone they trust.
Power of Attorney can cover your financial affairs (e.g. managing your bank account) and your welfare (e.g. deciding where you will live if you are no longer able to decide for yourself).
Starting the conversation about Power of Attorney is one of the most important things any of us can do with our loved ones and friends and family, it must be a priority for every adult across Scotland. Taking action and appointing Power of Attorney, you will protect yourself and those closest to you by granting legal powers to act on your behalf if something were to happen to you
A Power of Attorney is a written, legal document giving someone else (your Attorney), authority to take actions or make decisions on your behalf (the granter). You choose the person(s) you want to act as your Attorney and what powers you want the Attorney to have. A Power of Attorney is intended to ensure that your financial affairs and personal welfare can still be dealt with/protected in the event of you being unable to act on your own behalf.
Please contact us today for further information on making a Power of Attorney.