News and articles – Powers of Attorney and Court of Protection
A lasting power of attorney lets you decide who you would like to make decisions for you if you lose mental capacity.
Making a will is one of the best things you can do to ensure your family are taken care of when you die and that your money, property and other belongings are passed on to the people or good causes you have chosen.
The recent case of Proles v Kohli contains an interesting discussion and useful reminders of the factors relevant to acquiring a domicile of choice in England and Wales.
If you are fortunate enough to have financial security, and more money than you need to live comfortably, then you may want to pass on some of your wealth to your family and friends while you are still alive.