Appointing someone to manage your affairs
There are a number of reasons why you might need someone to make decisions for you or act on your behalf. It could just be temporary, for example, if you are in hospital and need help with everyday things such as making sure bills are paid on time. It could also be more long-term, for example, if you have had an accident or been diagnosed with an illness.
It pays to plan ahead
Our guide to Power of Attorney & Court of Protection helps to explain the different types of Power of Attorney and how to set them up. It also explains what a Court of Protection Deputyship is, as well as covering frequently asked questions on these topics.
We can help make sure that you are supported in managing your financial affairs, when you no longer feel able to.
Get in touch
To talk to us about this, you can book an appointment at your local branch. You can also find a range of other ways to get in touch with us on our 'Contact us' page, including secure messaging and in writing. You can also use our online form to send us a message, or write to us using the following postal address:
Newcastle Building Society
1 Cobalt Park Way,