Powers of Attorney

Making decisions is part of everyday life.

  • They do not understand the information they need.
  • They cannot remember the information for long enough.
  • They cannot communicate what they would like to do.
  • Any of these situations will have a profound effect on a person’s ability to manage their affairs – from an everyday decision such as what to wear to a major decision involving personal finances. At these times Powers of Attorney can be used.

    At Aly & Hulme Associates we have a team of lawyers who specialise in guiding you through the intricacies of this area of the law. Whether you are concerned about a friend or loved one or you are trying to plan for your own future, it is important you get expert advice.

    Speak to one of our expert incapacity law solicitors and we will explain the options available to you in plain language with no obligation.

    Power of Attorney Solicitors Manchester

    However, thinking ahead does not have to be difficult. Speak with one of our specialist lawyers and we will guide you through the issues and reach the right solution for you. To set an appointment with one of our expert Power of Attorney solicitors today, you can call us on 0330 133 0684 or email us at info@aha-law.co.uk.

    If a person loses their mental capacity without having made a valid Lasting or Enduring Power of Attorney, it is necessary to make an application to the Court of Protection for the appointment of a deputy to manage that person’s affairs. You might also need to make an application asking the Court to decide what personal welfare decisions are in a person’s best interests.

    As with all Court applications, this can seem like a daunting prospect but with Aly & Hulme Associates your specialist solicitor dedicated to your case will guide you through the process step-by-step.

    Making a Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) whilst you still have the mental capacity to do so can help to make matters more straightforward for your family if you ever lose mental capacity in the future. Our helpful LPA guide provides more information – and our team are always here to answer any other questions you may have.

    At Aly & Hulme Associates we can give you expert advice about which type of document is most suitable for your needs. We will guide you through the complexities of the paperwork involved and ensure the document fulfils your wishes when you need it most.

    Trust in Aly & Hulme Associates

    At Aly & Hulme Associates we have a team of experts with years of experience in both Court of Protection and Office of the Public Guardian applications.

    We offer a full range of services and advice on all aspects of Incapacity Law including:

  • Creation and Registration of Lasting Powers of Attorney
  • Drafting Advance Directives
  • Registration of Enduring Powers of Attorney
  • Applications to appoint a deputy
  • Assisting those acting as a deputy including deputyship accounts and reports
  • Acting as a professional deputy
  • Statutory Wills and Trusts
  • Disputes regarding existing deputyships and Lasting Powers of Attorney
  • Disputes regarding what personal welfare decisions are in a person’s best interests  
  • We also offer a flexible service and can meet you at your home or in hospital if mobility issues make it difficult for you to come to our offices.

    Why Choose Aly & Hulme Associates?

    Modern life is hectic. We know you’re busy. we know your hours are often awkward and we know you have enough on your plate. That’s why our founding principle is to help you deal with your legal needs quickly, efficiently and effectively.

    We specialise in dispute resolution and whilst both partners have appeared in Court on thousands of occasions we will strive hard to avoid litigation wherever possible to provide you with a robust and cost-effective service.

  • We are approachable, professional and commercially minded.
  • We cover the South East and North West and will meet you at your convenience.
  • We have policies and procedures to ensure your matter is always taken care of.
  • We will always put your needs first and do our utmost to protect and further your best interests.
  • We are regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority and fully insured for your protection.
  • Contact our Power of Attorney Solicitors in Manchester Today

    To set an appointment with one of our solicitors, you can call us on 0330 133 0684 or email us at info@aha-law.co.uk or click the contact button below.

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