Powers of Attorney
If you want to make a power of attorney, this will be dealt with by Sheila Cramp who is a solicitor. If you are elderly or infirm and cannot come into the office, Sheila will come to see you.
The law relating to powers of attorney changed in 2008 and making a power of attorney is now a lot more complicated. We endeavour to help you through what can be a stressful and confusing process and to advise you where you can save time and costs.
The solicitor dealing with this would be Sheila Cramp
If you would like to ask any questions or to receive an estimate of costs, you can:-
- Telephone our offices on 01323 720581.
- Email us by clicking Contact us.
- Arrange to see somebody face to face either at our offices or we will come to see you. There is no extra charge for a home visit for elderly or disabled people. We can arrange appointments outside office hours.