You may have to do some or all of the following on behalf of the person who appointed you (or the person whose affairs you have been appointed to manage):
- Complete tax returns
- Apply for benefits
- Manage bank accounts
- Review investments liaise with stockbrokers or financial advisers
- Manage and sell property
- Deal with difficult family members and friends
- Respond to requests for information from the Office of the Public Guardian
- Arrange carers
- Liaise with local authorities and/or social workers regarding care and funding
We have years of experience in acting as attorneys for clients but also in advising people who have been appointed by a family member or friend to act as their attorney, or who have been made a deputy by the Court of Protection.
If you would like to speak to us regarding your role as an attorney or deputy, contact James Patterson on 01253 922777 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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We would like to thank the Corporate & Commercial Department for completing our company sale and dealing with all of the complexities that arose. It was reassuring to have such a professional team representing us.Mr & Mrs R