Think you don’t need a Power of Attorney? Think again!
It is important to have a Power of Attorney in place to take control of your affairs should you lose your mental capacity. Many people will unfortunately leave it too late, the article below explains why you shouldn’t.
If an individual loses mental capacity before putting a Power of Attorney in place, your loved one will have to go through the much more lengthy task of going through the Court of Protection.
Therefore, we would always advise putting a Power of Attorney in place while you can, as it will make matters a lot easier for you and your loved ones should you ever be faced with this scenario.