Power of Attorney Services: Trusted Solution by ILaws Scotland

When you grant power of attorney to someone or some people you effectively grant them the legal power to act as if they are you in certain circumstances. Even after they are appointed anyone you appoint can only act either with your permission (for example – you are not feeling well and wish one of your Attorneys to deal with something in your bank – pay a bill, collect cash etc) or if you are unable to act for yourself, which must be determined by a Doctor or a court.