Do you need information about managing someone else’s affairs? You might also want someone else to manage your affairs for you?
“Managing someone else’s affairs can mean a number of things, including:
- looking after their bank accounts, savings, investments or other financial affairs
- buying and selling property on their behalf
- claiming and spending welfare benefits on their behalf
- deciding where they live
- making decisions about their day-to-day personal care or health care
You might want to manage someone else’s affairs because they:
- are ill or disabled, either temporarily or on a long-term basis
- are out of the country for a while
- are unable to make decisions for themselves, because of mental illness or other reasons.”
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