Lasting Power of Attorney

If you’re unable to look after your own affairs, knowing there’s someone you trust to act on your behalf often provides great relief.

With a Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) in place, you can rest assured that your personal welfare or property and financial affairs will always be taken care of.

Speak to us whilst you’re capable and benefit from clear advice about how to create a professionally-drafted Lasting Power of Attorney to suit your needs.

Ensure all your requirements are met. Enjoy indefinite reassurance.

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What is a Lasting Power of Attorney?

A Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) lets you appoint trusted people as an ‘attorney’ so they can make decisions on your behalf if you ever lack the mental capacity to do so.

Property & Financial LPA: Appoint a person to make decisions about how your money is spent and the way your property affairs are managed, regardless of whether you have mental capacity or not.

Health & Welfare LPA: Choose a person you trust to make decisions about your healthcare and personal welfare, in circumstances when you lack the mental capacity to make decisions.

Why do you need an LPA?

  • Choose people you trust to act in your best interests
  • Prevent abuse of role & appoint more than one person  
  • Anyone over 18 with mental capacity can make LPA
  • Safeguard your future in case you lose mental capacity
  • We provide expert advice before LPAs are made
  • We register LPAs with the Office of the Public Guardian