Wills And Power Of Attorney Costs
Searching for wills and power of attorney costs can sometimes be very confusing which is why we have combined our wills and power of attorney costs to a fixed price for both. Having a will written and in place is not the same as having someone appointed as your power of attorney however in our experience most people have neither which is why we have combined our wills and power of attorney costs
Wills and power of attorney costs – What is the difference?
To help show where we get our wills and power of attorney costs let us try and explain the difference; Even is a person is in good physical and mental health it is always a good idea to get power of attorney set up as a protective measure for the future just like you would put a will in place in the event of a death. A power of attorney is put in place to deal with an adult’s financial/property and welfare affairs if they become incapacitated and unable to conduct their own affairs. Any person can legally appoint more than one power of attorney if they wish to do so. Our highly experienced lawyers that deal with wills and power of attorney in Edinburgh are able to arrange for a relative or friend to be granted power of attorney while they are able to do so. Our wills and power of attorney costs include putting things in place where a person suffers from mental disorder, is physically or mentally disabled, is unable to act by virtue of their age (a child); or someone who loses the ability to communicate on their own. We can offer specialist advice on which power of attorney is most suitable, depending on a client’s own circumstances.
Wills and power of attorney costs – book a consultation
To speak to our specialist solicitors that deal with wills and power of attorney and to find out exactly what the wills and power of attorney costs will be get in touch with us today and book a consultation.