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If we become too ill to speak for ourselves, we are deemed to have ‘lost capacity’. Decisions about our treatment and general care will be made by our medical team and, whilst our next of kin may have some say, the clinicians decide what is in our best interests and act accordingly. Let’s look at Health and Welfare LPAs.
The question of who’ll keep our finances in order if we have lost our capacity to manage them is a huge one! It’s important to have someone we trust. Everyone’s heard scare stories of people targeted by unscrupulous ‘good samaritans’ who clear out their bank accounts… It doesn’t have to be that way.
What are your views on life saving medical treatment? Will your wishes be considered if those circumstances arise for you? A ‘Living Will’, sets out your preferred treatment in specific situations. This means that whether or not you are conscious, and whether or not you have capacity, your voice will be heard.
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Many people have had their Will drawn up by a bank, appointing the bank as Executor. This enables them to charge a large fee for their probate services, leaving less money in the estate. Book your free Will review now, and we can ensure your Will carries out your wishes.