We are often asked for help with Inheritance Tax and Family Estate Planning so have therefore partnered with Farleys Solicitors a leading firm which specialises in these areas.
Planning for your future with a Lasting Power of Attorney
While we often don’t want to think about there being a time where ourselves or our loved ones lose the capacity to manage our own financial affairs, it is important to ensure you have a plan in place should this become a reality.
Through our partnership with patron members Farleys Solicitors, we are able to offer you access to expert legal advice and support with regards to making and registering a Lasting Power of Attorney.
If you are concerned that you, or a close friend or family member may lose the ability to manage personal affairs in the future, whether financial, legal or health related, you may wish to consider creating a Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) to appoint a close and trusted individual to act on your behalf should the need arise.
The expert Private Client team at Farleys Solicitors regularly handle the LPA application and registration process, and can alleviate any concerns that you may have on what can often feel like a complex process.
By choosing to create a Power of Attorney through our partnership with Farleys, you will not only ensure peace of mind that you have put steps in place to take greater control of your future; you will also be ensuring that Regenerage continue our much-needed work across the county, as Farleys will be donating a percentage of their fee back to our charity for every LPA application via our partnership.
- What is a Power of Attorney (POA)?
It is a legal document which appoints someone to act for you if you become unable to make decisions or manage your affairs.
- Why do I need a POA?
More of us become unable to manage our affairs these days. Without a POA, your family may need to go to Court. This can cause lots of hassle, delay and expense.
- Why should I do it now?
If you leave it until you need it, it will be too late.
Call our Regenerage Legal Advice line on 0845 050 1958 to speak to Farleys’ Private Client team, to discuss your requirements. You can also make a request for a callback using the form below.