ILAWS

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Retired Thomas initially called ILAWS to arrange a Will and Power of Attorney, but after talking through the legalities of leaving property to family with ILAWS, the Glasgow couple decided to begin the process of setting up a property protection trust, too.
You need to talk to your attorney about what is important to you about your money and welfare in case they need to make decisions for you in future and the ILAWS team are the experts who can help give you peace of mind.
ILAWS Scotland are also experts in Will-writing and Power of Attorney, which costs just PS220 to set up (for a limited time only).
ILAWS say "The two main reasons that not enough people in Scotland have a PoA is that people have been unaware of the problems caused if it is needed and you don't have one and of course, the cost.
GEORGE SMITH, 59, GLASGOW For George, reading about ILAWS in a newspaper spurred him on to have a will and Power of Attorney documents put in place.
Writing a will and arranging Power of Attorney are two simple processes that can ensure your wishes are met during your lifetime and after your passing - something that estate planning professionals ILAWS encourage every Scot to consider.
Most people assume that, if you die, all your assets will automatically go to your next of kin but this is wrong, says ILAWS Director Tony Marchi.
He said: "I saw the advert for ILAWS and I gave them a call, and a chap came along to the house.
"My mum has recently been diagnosed with dementia and this prompted me to get back in touch with Tony and the team at ILAWS to find out about getting that put in place," explained Elaine.
ILAWS Scotland principal Tony Marchi, said: "Increasingly, when someone is admitted to hospital they are no longer asked who is next of kin but who has Power of Attorney.