Lasting Powers of Attorney2019-01-17T18:00:19+00:00

LASTING POWERS OF ATTORNEY

A LASTING POWER OF ATTORNEY IS VITAL

A Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) is a legal document that allows you to choose who will take over your affairs if you lose capacity. Most people think about loss of capacity as being purely a result of old age. However, we can all lose capacity at any time as a result of an accident, illness or stroke.
The implications of not having LPAs are substantial costs, long delays and potential loss of control to a court appointed Deputy.
Our consultants can help you to set up your LPAs with straightforward, professional advice, all from the comfort of your own home.

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Our consultants are on hand to answer any questions in regard to the creation and registration of your LPA’s.

THE TYPES OF LPA:

Property & Financial Affairs

Property & Financial Affairs

Allows the persons appointed to make financial decisions such as paying bills, dealing with banks & investments, arranging & collecting benefits and selling property on your behalf.

Health & Welfare

Health & Welfare

Allows the persons appointed to make personal decisions for you regarding care issues, including where you live and specifying your wishes regarding ‘life sustaining’ treatment.

Watch Heather’s story below, which highlights the problems of not having LPAs

“I cried when I was released from the Court of Protection.”

Father and son walking together

PLEASE DON’T LEAVE IT UNTIL IT’S TOO LATE

Unfortunately, there isn’t any way of knowing what’s around the corner. Most people are likely to lose mental or physical capacity at some stage. Therefore, creating your LPAs well in advance makes excellent planning. As a result, if do you lose capacity, your chosen attorneys can step in and take over your affairs quickly and easily.
Take action today and let us help you to appoint the attorneys that you want to be able to manage your affairs in the future. In addition, making your LPAs now can avoid the substantial unnecessary costs and delays involved in a Deputyship Application.

Want to find out more about LPAs? Contact us today.