Griffith Smith Conway Solicitors Brighton & Hove

LET US HELP YOU PLAN FOR YOUR FUTURE

Lasting powers of attorney allows someone you’ve chosen to make decisions on your behalf. This would only happen if you find yourself in the situation where you no longer have the capacity to do that yourself. It’s always best to be prepared in regards to both your property and personal affairs. We always take the time to explain every stage of the process, including letting you know the costs involved.

Griffith Smith Conway Solicitors Brighton & Hove

WHAT HAPPENS WHEN SOMEONE IS NO LONGER ABLE TO GRANT LASTING POWERS OF ATTORNEY?

If you are in the situation where you are related or responsible for someone who no longer has the capacity to make lasting powers of attorney, we can assist you. We’ll discuss with you the specifics of your case to help you make the best informed decisions. In these situations our goal is the same as yours – to do the best for the individual concerned.

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MAKE AN ADVANCE DECISION WITH A LIVING WILL

Living wills (also known as Advance Decision) do not deal with property or money; rather they allow you to provide instructions for future medical care. If you have strong feelings about how you should be cared for or what treatments should be refused in the event that you’re unable to speak for yourself, then a living will can speak for you. When we draft a living will for you, we’ll go through all the potential situations you may find yourself in and also any other areas you may have strong feelings about.

FOR HELP NAVIGATING TRICKY SITUATIONS

INVOLVING LASTING POWERS OF ATTORNEY

AND LIVING WILLS, CALL US TODAY ON:

01273 821 577

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Griffith Smith Conway Solicitors are authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (No. 63484) under the Solicitors Code of Conduct.