Welcome to our Guide to Lasting Power Of Attorney.
Old age, illness, accident or incapacitation – the chances are that at some stage in many people’s lives, the need to grant power of attorney may well become a reality.
Thinking and talking about what would happen if our capabilities desert us for any reason is uncomfortable. However, it’s better to suffer some uncomfortable thoughts now than leave your family in dire financial circumstances later.
That’s why it is important to have already prepared legal documentation allowing trusted friends or family to resolve matters on your behalf.
The documentation you need is a Lasting Powers of Attorney (LPA).
Our guide helps you understand what’s involved in creating a Lasting Power of Attorney. It explains what those granted the power can do, when they can act and the principles they must follow.
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