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Welcome to Bower Private Clients – Specialist in personalised retirement lending solutions dedicated to high net worth individuals.
Our first-class, personalised service will enable you to convert your housing wealth into tangible, tax-free cash without the need to sell your home or make monthly repayments.
As a customer of Bower Private Clients you will be afforded access to bespoke terms and products, specialist underwriting and a dedicated Private Client Adviser who will take care of everything for you throughout the process.
Since 1st October 2007 only a lasting Power of attorney can be created.
Yes an Enduring Power of Attorney can still be registered with the Office of the Public Guardian.
A lasting Power of attorney can only be used once it is registered, but once it is registered, and provided you specify it can be used even if you have capacity, it can be used straight away, with your knowledge and understanding.
The certificate provider is either a professional such as a solicitor or a doctor, Or a personal friend who has known you for a long time, but is not connected with your family, who is able to say if you understand the nature of a lasting power of attorney, and that you are making a Lasting Power of attorney of your own free will.
This is a safeguard for you. If you have had only one certificate provider, then you have to nominate at least one person to be notified in the event the Lasting Power of attorney is to be registered. That person will be told that an application is being made to register your lasting power of attorney, and they will have an opportunity to contact the Office of The Public Guardian if they think there is something wrong about the application, or that you are being coerced.
As long as you have capacity, you can make a new Lasting Power of Attorney changing who is an attorney or your instructions.
Provided you have mental capacity, you can cancel your lasting Power of attorney at any time.
A person not necessarily the person you would want can apply to the Court of Protection to be appointed as your Deputy to look after your affairs.