I am often contacted by adult children - this job tends to fall to daughters - who ask "Should I get power of attorney for my parents?" It is also a frequently-Googled question. My answer is always "Yes, if it is still possible." The classic use of powers of attorney is for dementia sufferers. According... Continue Reading →
Have you thought about writing your Will?
Below is my article kindly published today in the Beaconsfield NCT Newsletter, about Wills for Parents. What if you died unexpectedly, leaving your children behind? It’s the most horrible thought, but accidents and illnesses do sometimes happen. One of the most crucial things that we as parents can do to safeguard our family’s future is... Continue Reading →