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Whats the risks if you dont currently have a lasting power of attorney in place?
Have you ever considered what would happen to your home and savings if you struggled or became mentally or physically incapable of looking after your personal and financial affairs?
After working hard all your life, you certainly have the right to decide who has control over your affairs in case you lose your mental capacity due to an accident or through illnesses, like strokes, dementia and alzheimer’s disease.
The number of people with dementia in the UK is expected to grow rapidly over the next several decades, according to Alzheimer’s Research UK. Age is one of the most significant factors for mental illnesses, such as dementia. Research also shows that 1 in 12 of UK adults aged above 65 years is diagnosed with some form of dementia.
What is startling is that 44 million people do not have a Power of Attorney, which represents 85% of the UK population. Not having a lasting power of attorney in place would to your loves ones having no say in your care and financial decisions.
How hundreds of thousands of people are putting their Health and Welfare & Property and Financial Affairs at risk by failing to set up a Power of Attorney
More than 80% or 41.6 million Brits mistakenly believe that their spouse or relatives will automatically be allowed to make decisions about their health care needs if they were to be incapacitated.
The truth is that without a Power of Attorney in place, your loved ones may not be able to access your assets or manage your financial affairs and would have to apply to the Court of Protection to access any pension or insurance payments.
The Local council will make any decisions regarding your health care needs, including any nursing assistance you may require. The Local Council will also choose where you’ll get your care and assess you and your family’s ability to pay for the care home fees. This can have a big impact on your estate and any monies left for your loved ones as your bank accounts are frozen and can only be accessed by using a registered power of attorney.
By setting up a Power of Attorney, you will give your family members the authority to make important decisions about your health, wellbeing, and financial affairs. You will also be able to express your wishes and ensure that all your affairs are managed by the person you choose.
What Happens If You Become Incapacitated Without a Power of Attorney in Place?
If you become incapacitated and don’t have a Power of Attorney in place:
- You’ll be denied access to your bank accounts and you will have to apply the Court of Protection to access your finances, including any pension or insurance payments
- The Local Council will make decisions on your health and well-being on behalf of your loved ones, including end of life care
- You won’t be able to sell your properties
These are just some ways the government will disregard your wishes if you lose your memory.
Avoid Unnecessary Disruptions
In 2009, the Local Authority snatched Rosalind’s great-grandmother and dementia suffer, Betty Figg, from her daughter’s home and took her to a care home against her wishes and those of the other family members. The Local Council believed that Betty Figg did not receive the expected level of care in her own home.
This is why you should set up a Power of Attorney for you and your loved ones.
What are Your Options?
Do not wait until the government decides what will happen to you and your family’s wellbeing! You certainly do not want to go to court to access your spouse’s or family member’s money.
You could choose to hire a solicitor to set up your Power of Attorney, but this not only costly but also time consuming.
Luckily, we have a cheaper and faster option for preparing a Power of Attorney.