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Continuing and welfare powers of attorney—Scotland
Practice notes

This Practice Note, written by Dorothy Kellas of Gilson Gray LLP, explains how an adult aged over 16 in Scotland can appoint an attorney to look after their affairs under the Adults with Incapacity (Scotland) Act 2000.

Financial and property guardianships—Scotland
Practice notes

This Practice Note written by Dorothy Kellas of Gilson Gray LLP, describes who can be appointed as financial guardian to an adult over the age of 16 in Scotland and the steps required to complete the appointment. The duties of a financial guardian, management and inventory plans and termination of a guardianship are also covered.

Welfare guardianships—Scotland
Practice notes

This Practice Note written by Dorothy Kellas of Gilson Gray LLP describes who can be appointed as welfare guardian to an adult over the age of 16 in Scotland and the steps required to complete the appointment. The duties of a welfare guardian and termination of a guardianship are also covered.

Continuing and welfare power of attorney
Precedents

This precedent, written by Dorothy Kellas of Gilson Gray LLP, can be used to create Scottish continuing (financial) powers, welfare powers or both types of power.

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