Sangeet Tatem explains how you can appoint someone you trust to manage your affairs when you are unable to deal with this on your own
Sangeet and team attended St Francis Hospice last week to explain to staff and volunteers many aspects relating to the benefits of planning ahead in terms of making a Will and appointing someone you trust to act as your Attorney to make decisions on your behalf in relation to Healthcare, Property and Finance.
We wanted to offer this brief seminar to the hospice as there were so many questions in relation to mental capacity and how they can help advise patients and their families when deciding what to do in realtion to their wellbeing and their estate.
The above video explains about Lasting Powers of Attorney. There were several topics discussed, a few more videos of which are below. If you would like a consultation with Sangeet or a member of our Wills and Probate team to find out more please email firstname.lastname@example.org
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Why you should make a Will