LASTING POWERS OF ATTORNEY
Should you become mentally or physically unwell, or unable to deal with your financial affairs, a Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) is a legal document which enables you to appoint someone to do this on your behalf. An LPA can only be created if the person making it is of mental capacity.
If you become unable to deal with your affairs and do not have an LPA in place, a deputy is appointed by the Court of Protection. This can be time-consuming and costly. Our experts can deal with the whole LPA process for you, ensuring a quick and efficient service.
*Since October 2007, a Lasting Power of Attorney has replaced the Enduring Power of Attorney. However, if you have an EPA made before October 2007, it will still be legally valid.*
We are dedicated to securing and protecting, the welfare and finances of the vulnerable and elderly.
OUR LASTING POWER OF ATTORNEY SERVICES
Our LPA experts have the knowledge and experience to assist individuals and families with the following.
Advice and guidance on a suitable LPA, taking into consideration your wishes.
Creation, certification and registration of Property and Financial Affairs Lasting Power of Attorneys, and Health and Welfare Lasting Power of Attorneys.
Appointing a person on your behalf who you trust to make decisions for you.