Powers of Attorney

At Mitchells Roberton, we know that having a Power of Attorney in place protects you and your family against life’s uncertainties. Many people think that a Power of Attorney is only necessary once they are ill or too old to deal with their affairs themselves. While this may be when the powers are actually used it is essential to have the document in place before capacity is lost. Let us help you look after you and your family’s best interests during your lifetime.


There are three types of attorney who can look after your best interests during your lifetime.

  • A continuing attorney, helping you with financial affairs
  • A welfare attorney, looking after your welfare needs such as long term care
  • A combined attorney, someone who deals with both financial and welfare matters


Call or email a member of our experienced private client department to discuss your wishes. Our costs are reasonable and we offer practical advice to make sure you take the best course of action for your circumstances.


Get in touch with our private client team of experts to discuss your needs:


Kathryn Bready

Lauren Booth

Laura Burns

Neil Mackenzie



For more detailed information about Powers of Attorney, visit our Frequently Asked Questions page.


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Need more help for yourself or your family? Visit our Services for Individuals page for details of how our experts can help you.


Have a business and need some help? Visit our Services for Businesses page for details of how our experts can help you and your business.

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