Home Visits and Hospital Visits for Wills and Lasting Powers of Attorney in Littleborough

Home Visits and Hospital Visits for Wills and Lasting Powers of Attorney in LittleboroughAt Sarah Dixon Solicitors we accommodate our clients with home visits and hospital visits for wills and lasting powers of attorney in Littleborough. Illness, physical frailness or physical handicaps are the most common reason we meet clients in their homes or hospital. They sense the urgency to put their affairs in order and rightly so. Often people make a will while their children are small and never update it. The terms may need to be changed due to life events. Others have never drawn up a will and realise the opportunity to help family members, favoured charities or appoint a guardian for their children is slipping away.

We’ll come to you wherever you are and talk you through the steps of creating your will while we take notes. As your attorney in Littleborough, home visits and hospital visits for wills and lasting powers of Attorney are drawn up at our office using the information you give us. We return with the prepared document for your approval and signature making your will legal and binding. At the same time we prepare your will you may draw up a Lasting Power of Attorney. This is a legally binding document appointing someone you trust to make decisions for you should that ever become necessary. There is a POA form for health and welfare and another for property and financial affairs. Prepare one or both; appoint the same or different individuals as your power of attorney.

Home visits and hospitals visits for wills and lasting powers of attorney in LIttleborough are only legal for clients of sound mind and over the age of 18. By allowing our law firm to serve you in this way you are putting your affairs in order now while the decisions are yours to make. It’s the right thing to do for both you and your family. Call us for more information. You can count on our compassion and professionalism as we undertake to prepare the documents quickly in the event of sudden tragedy or when an awareness of rapid decline is obvious. Our meetings are private unless you specifically request the presence of a friend or family member.