Don’t leave things too late!

Why it’s important for everyone to consider a Lasting Power of Attorney

We all know how important it is to have a current up to date Will. However, many people think you only need to consider having a Lasting Power of Attorney if you are elderly or vulnerable.

Kate Garraway’s recent publicised financial worries resulting from her husband’s Coronavirus health battle, show how important it is for everyone to plan ahead, as a sudden illness could mean you are unable to deal with your finances, leaving your loved ones with no authority to deal with matters on your behalf.

If you would like to discuss Wills or Lasting Powers of Attorney, please contact Pilgrim Hope Solicitors

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