30 Nov 2022
24 Jun 2020
As we all cautiously emerge from lockdown, many of us are looking to ensure that our affairs are in order.
Sadly, too many families are looking at a future without a loved one. Some are facing the uncertainty caused by not having a Will. Where there is no Will, the law decides who receives a share of the estate – and this is not always as you would expect.
Many of us have seen family members become ill, or at least forced to stay at home and this can highlight other issues such as who takes care of the day to day matters, such as paying the bills? A Lasting Power of Attorney for Property and Finance could help with that, enabling a chosen person to take the reins.
In some cases, medical decisions are required urgently. Having a Lasting Power of Attorney for Health and Welfare in place means that a trusted person, chosen by you, can make decisions in your best interests on your behalf.
20/20 Hindsight is a wonderful thing.
If your later and end of life planning is not complete or is in need of an overhaul now is the best time to take action. Here at Rubin Lewis O’Brien our dedicated and highly qualified team are ready to help.
Make the call today. It is as easy as that. We will guide you through your options and advise you on the best way forward for you and your family.
Our team are fully qualified to advise on all matters relating to personal legal affairs including Wills, Trusts and Probate along with Powers of Attorney, Advance Decisions (living Wills), Court of Protection applications for the appointment of a deputy, or for a Will or gifts to be made on behalf of another.
You are in safe hands with Rubin Lewis O’Brien as EVERY member of staff has been Dementia Friendly trained and our reputation speaks for itself.
Praise for Damian Lines, Partner and Head of Wills, “I would like to express my thanks to you and your staff for the way you handled all aspects of my mother’s affairs, we will never forget how at ease you made mum feel during her first meeting with you and your professional, but good humoured manner, it made such a difference.”
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