Who do you trust?
What happens if you are incapacitated?
How are your liabilities fulfilled? What if you lose your mental capacity? What happens if you lose lucidity to Alzheimer’s or dementia, or you contract cancer or another debilitating illness?
Unless you have made provision for others to manage your assets and business, or make decisions regarding your health, you lose control to the Court of Protection who will decide who is appointed to make decisions on your behalf.
So who would you trust to make those decisions?
It is important that the people you would want to run your affairs are legally allowed to do so, as they will have access to your assets or make medical decisions on your behalf in the event that you cannot.
Executor Help Plus can help you decide what the risks are that need to be mitigated, and assign the correct Powers of Attorney. This ensures the right people will protect you, your estate and your business while you are still alive, but are unable to do this yourself.
Thank you for explaining the procedure and making the Power of Attorney so straightforward for my mum. My partner and I wish we had known you months ago to help us with our mother’s and father’s affairs.