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BakerLaw presents Power of Attorney Information Session

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BakerLaw were invited by local business, Berkeley Home Health, to present a Power of Attorney information session to their care managers at their Abbey Business Park office in Farnham. Berkeley Home Health are a specialist provider of home care services helping individuals across the UK maintain their independence by receiving the care they need in their own homes.

The information session gave an overview of the different types of Powers of Attorney including Enduring Powers of Attorney, Lasting Powers of Attorney and General Powers of Attorney. It also covered the procedure to create them, what they can include and their main functions.

Leigh McDonald of BHH said “We were delighted that Amy was able to come and talk to us.  Our care managers benefited from the session as they were able to discuss the legal implications of these important documents that play such a role in the work that we do with our clients”

BakerLaw is in discussion with Berkeley Home Health with a vision to create a care information hub providing both local businesses and the local community with access to vital information covering a wide range of areas including legal, personal and nursing care, finance and charity services.

For more information about Powers of Attorney click here https://www.baker-law.co.uk/site/individuals/wills-and-probate-solicitors/fixed-fee-powers-of-attorney/

For more information about our Attorney Support Services click here https://www.baker-law.co.uk/site/individuals/wills-and-probate-solicitors/attorney-support-services/

If you would like to host an information session please do not hesitate to get in contact with our Private Client Department directly on 01252 907829 or email privateclient@baker-law.co.uk. We provide information sessions on Wills, Powers of Attorney, Attorney Responsibilities and Duties, Trusts and Probate & Estate Administration.

 

This article is not a definitive statement of the law. It is designed as a free update on the law at the time of publishing. It is not a substitute for legal advice on specific facts and circumstances. BakerLaw LLP and/or the writer accepts no liability or responsibility for reliance on this article and recommends that you seek independent legal advice on your specific circumstances prior to taking any steps.

 

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