Enduring Power of Attorney

A legal document which allowed you to appoint someone to manage your financial affairs and property on your behalf in the future if you were no longer able to yourself. For example, if your mental or physical health declines.

In October 2007, Enduring Power of Attorneys were replaced by Lasting Power of Attorneys. But if your selected Attorney is still willing to act on your behalf, an Enduring Power of Attorney is still valid.

We have a guide to paying for care on our Tilney website which you may find useful.

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