Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney (EPA) are two sides of the same coin. An EPA is often referred to as a Living Will.
You should employ a solicitor to help you make a Will to ensure your property and affairs are dealt with as you wish after your death.
You will need to make an Enduring Powers of Attorney if you wish to ensure your personal care decisions and your affairs are dealt with by people you have chosen in the event of you becoming incapable of managing your own affairs.
Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney are among the most important documents a person will sign and must comply with strict legal formalities to be valid.
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