Legal Document FAQs - Lasting Powers of Attorney and Living WillsWhilst most of us understand the importance of having a Will in place, that sets out how your estate will be distributed after you die, there are several other key documents that you should consider having prepared that will protect you and your family and safeguard your affairs for the future whilst you are still alive if, for example, you lose mental capacity and the ability to make decisions for yourself. You can read our previous article: What is the meaning of Mental Capacity here.Planning for the future or thinking about what you should do if you or a loved one loses mental capacity can seem daunting and will likely include some difficult decisions to think about, however, it is important to make sure that if the t...
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