This is an important legal device that recognises that sometimes it is necessary, or helpful, for one person to be able to sign documents on behalf of another. A Power of Attorney authorises this and here at Caversham Solicitors we are practiced in handling such matters.
It can be made for a specific purpose, or generally; for a limited time or one occasion, or for a longer period. Sometimes it is needed because of a bout of physical incapacity, sometimes because of having to travel abroad.
Who you appoint as your attorney can be an adult of your choice, or if you have no-one available, one of our solicitors can be appointed in this capacity and act on your behalf.
For further information about a General Power of Attorney please contact one of our team who would be pleased to help.
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