Clarke Jeffers also advise on Powers of Attorney. These are sometimes described as “living Wills”. They provide power to someone else to conduct your affairs in the event that you are unable to, for example, if you were in an accident and rendered unable to communicate, or in a coma. This power means that your affairs can still be managed on your behalf.
In a Covid 19 world, whether you are an income provider to the home or the sole provider / business owner, the future is less certain today than before. Planning for issues is not negative thinking, it is proper strategy.
A power of Attorney should not be seen as a morbid document. It simply provides peace of mind and strong protection for your family’s / business’s future.
“Making a Power of Attorney is not only the clever thing to do, it is the right thing to do for those who rely on you.”
-Victor Clarke, Managing Partner.