Power of Attorney

Having a Power of Attorney lets you plan what you want another person to do for you in the future, should you become incapable of making decisions about your own affairs.

 

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Setting up a Power of Attorney (PoA) can be an important but at times complex process. The Carers Centre gives carers the opportunity to talk about one-to-one about PoA and, amongst other things, find out about:

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        • incapacity, and how this could impact on your caring responsibilities
        • how being granted Power of Attorney could help you in your caring role
        • how to get help when applying for Legal Aid to cover or subsidise any associated costs

If you live in Clackmannanshire and would like to talk with someone about PoA, please contact Tracy on 01324 611510 (option 2), or email tracygibson@centralcarers.co.uk.

If you live in the Falkirk area, please contact Donna on 01324 611510 (option 4), or email donnamulder@centralcarers.co.uk.

 

Information on this page is correct as of September 2021.