Enduring Powers Of Attorney

Enduring Powers of Attorney were introduced in 1996 to prevent the need to make somebody a Ward of Court in the event of mental incapacity. Making somebody a Ward of Court is a cumbersome and expensive process and removes control from the person involved and their family. An Enduring Power of Attorney is a document that you can sign appointing somebody else to act as your attorney in relation to your property and affairs in the event of your subsequent mental incapacity. This document gives you information about the effect of such a Power of Attorney and how it can be adjusted to suit your needs.

You may download by right clicking on the file below and selecting “Save As”.

Enduring Powers of Attorney
icon-pdf Liston_Solicitors_Enduring_Powers_of_Attorney.pdf

 

Note that this file is in PDF format.
You can download Adobe Acrobat Reader 
here.

Privacy Statement      Disclaimer         Accessibility Statement

© Copyright Liston & Company 2008 to 2020. All Rights Reserved.