A Power of Attorney document is prepared by a person (the Principal) who appoints another person (the Attorney) to deal with their financial affairs if they are no longer able to themselves.
As our population ages it is becoming more and more important to protect the interests of older age groups not just physically, but financially and emotionally.
The law tells us that to have a claim on an Estate you must:
Finding out that you are an Executor for the Estate of a loved one can be confusing. Not only are you and your family experiencing grief, but you have been given the responsibility of an Executor. So what does being an Executor entail?