Power of Attorney
When looking to draft a Will, clients often in conjunction execute a power of attorney that instructs how a client’s financial wellbeing should be considered when decisions of this nature need to be made while the individual is alive but unable to make these decisions.
Clients should have a Power of Attorney in place as modern medical intervention can mean a prolonged life, but one that may not allow a person to have complete control or the desire to manage all of their financial responsibilities.
Crafting a limited or comprehensive power of attorney is essential for a client to have confidence in their affairs being taken care of when they cannot do so, if this occurs in the future.
RCMV LLP offers a flat fee service for the drafting and execution of a power of attorney.