Powers of Attorney
A Power of Attorney allows someone of your choosing to look after your affairs and welfare if you are incapacitated. A Power of Attorney can be used on a temporary basis or it may be put in place permanently.
A Power of Attorney typically allows relatives or other loved ones to look after your affairs in the event that you find yourself incapacitated or unable to look after your own affairs.
Virtual Consultation Meetings
Current restrictions on social contact and movement mean that most people are unable to visit a solicitor in-person to arrange a Will or Power of Attorney.
We can invite our clients to a ‘virtual consultation’. If you have a computer, tablet or smartphone we will be able to talk you through the process using Facebook Messenger, WhatsApp or Zoom.
|Item||Pricing||Key Worker Pricing|
|Simple Will||£295 plus VAT||£150 plus VAT|
|Simple Will & Power of Attorney||£495 plus VAT||£250 plus VAT|
|Simple Will and Power of Attorney – Couple||£795 plus VAT||£395 plus VAT|
|Simple ‘Mirror’ Wills||£450 plus VAT||£225 plus VAT|
|Power of Attorney||£350 plus VAT||£175 plus VAT|
|Power of Attorney – Couple||£500 plus VAT||£250 plus VAT|
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The Private Client Team
Director of Conveyancing and Private Client Services