Solicitor Fiona Heald explores the importance of powers of attorney and urges advisers to give clients a nudge to help get the process started
Contrary to popular belief, nobody has an automatic right to manage someone else's finances, even if they are related to them, or are their spouse or civil partner. So what happens when you can't...
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