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A Power of Attorney is important to have in place if you wish for someone to act on your behalf for both financial and medical decisions, it is important to note that a power of attorney can only be set up whilst you still have the ability to make decisions for yourself, therefore it is worthwhile putting it in place early on.
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Why do I need a power of attorney?
A power of attorney allows someone of your choosing to make important medical and financial decisions when you are unfortunately no longer able to make such decisions. You can have peace of mind that someone that you trust is in charge of your affairs.
In the absence of a power of attorney, it can lead to complications should you or a loved one have difficulty looking after your own finances or need care or support to be organised in the future.
By having a power of attorney organised, it will give both you and your family members peace of mind, rather than leaving it to the point where it may be too late.
What types of power of attorney are there?
Property and financial affairs
This gives your attorney the power to make decisions about your money and property, including:
- managing bank or building society accounts
- paying bills
- collecting a pension or benefits
- if necessary, selling your home.
Health and welfare
This gives your attorney the power to make decisions about:
- your daily routine (washing, dressing, eating)
- medical care
- moving into a care home
- life-sustaining medical treatment.