Here at Appoint Us we often get asked a variety of questions about who we are, what we do and why people should use some of our services.
Here we aim to answer some of those frequently asked questions. And if you have any others please contact us.
If in the future you lose capacity to make decisions you will already have appointed someone legally who can make decisions on your behalf. These decisions can be about property and finance or health and welfare. You can appoint different people for each one if you wish. If you lose capacity without a Power of Attorney in place the person chosen to make your decisions may not be the person you would have chosen.