When you are creating Lasting Powers of Attorney, one question that you will be asked is: How should my Attorneys Act?
There are three different ways: Jointly, Jointly and Severally or Jointly for some decisions, Jointly and Severally for others. Your nearest solicitors, MG Legal, explain what the terms mean, and how the decisions will subsequently be dealt with. You can appoint up to four Attorneys initially, and up to four replacement Attorneys to act in the event that one of your Attorneys in unable to do so. MG Legal, your nearest solicitors for Wills
, would suggest getting in contact via email to email@example.com
for advice specific to your situation.