Power of attorney gives an individual the legal authority to act on your behalf. If you can no longer make decisions for yourself due to injury or illness, it’s important to transfer power of attorney to someone you trust. The person who nominates someone to be their power of attorney is known as the principle, while the nominee is known
There can often be a lot of confusion around the legalities of wills. If you believe a will is unfair, does that give you the right to contest it? Is it possible to contest a will at all?
Have you ever wondered what happens when a loved one passes away without creating a will? Dying without a will (known as dying “intestate”) can create a tricky situation, and it’s generally not as simple as just splitting their estate neatly in parts for each relative.