An Enduring Power of Attorney (EPA) is a document meaning a person or people of your choice can act on your behalf, be that relatives, friends or professionals. If you lose the mental capacity to manage your financial affairs, your legal Power of Attorney/s can take over. An Enduring Power of Attorney in Northern Ireland is only legally binding once it has been registered with the Office of Care and Protection (OCP).
When it comes to making an Enduring Power of Attorney in Northern Ireland, be sure you’re getting the best advice and support possible. Thompsons NI Solicitors has an experienced, dedicated team of Power of Attorney solicitors who can support you with all aspects of the process, providing legal advice and guidance every step of the way.
The benefits of making an Enduring Power of Attorney are:
You can complete the applications for an EPA yourself, however, due to its complexities and significance, we recommend you seek independent legal advice from one of our experts based in Belfast before officially appointing your chosen attorneys.
If you are aged 18 or over and are able to understand what making an EPA means, you are eligible to contact our expert Power of Attorney solicitors in Northern Ireland on 0800 138 6880 for more information on how we can help.