Oakwood Solicitors

General Powers of Attorney

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A General Power of Attorney may be appropriate if you are able to provide instructions to your chosen attorney to deal with your property and financial affairs, on your behalf, for use on a short-term basis.

For example:

  • If you are physically incapacitated following a medical procedure
  • Out of the country for a specific length of time
  • Have received a custodial sentence

You may also wish to prepare a Lasting Power of Attorney and or a Living Will/Advanced Directive for future use.

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Quick Facts

  • Provide you with in-depth advice concerning your General Power of Attorney
  • Personalise your General Power of Attorney to meet your individual needs
  • Offer you a fixed fee for all work in relation to your General Power of Attorney

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Charlotte Bandawe

Solicitor and Head of Wills and Probate

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