Adults with Incapacity

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Power of Attorney

It is now extremely common for individuals to ensure that they have a power of attorney in place to safeguard their welfare, and their financial affairs in the event that they lose mental capacity to make decisions. A power of attorney is a legal document which allows you to give a friend, family member, or someone you trust, the power to make decisions on your behalf in the event that you become unable to do so, giving you some peace of mind for the future. We are always available to guide and assist you in connection with putting a suitable power of attorney in place. Your power of attorney will be registered with the Office of the Public Guardian (Scotland).

Guardianship and Intervention Orders

A Guardianship Order and Intervention Order are granted by the Court. Orders of this nature are applied for normally by the Local Authority or the family of an individual who no longer has capacity to make decision in relation their finances and welfare

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