Every three minutes somebody is diagnosed with dementia, but many fail to realise that the threat can be financial, as well as medical.
If a loved one loses mental capacity they may no longer be able to make vital decisions affecting their finances and medical treatment. This makes it very difficult for them to manage their affairs and relatives cannot act on their behalf without the proper legal authority.
The article printed in The Express features comments from Natasha Booth, Head of Private Client, Paul Crowley & Co Solicitors.
You may read The Express article here.