Lasting Powers of Attorney (LPA)

Making decisions about your health, welfare, property and finances

What is an LPA?

An LPA lets you appoint the people you trust to look after your affairs if you become unable to do so yourself.

Not only does this prevent a stranger, or someone you do not want from having this power, but it also makes it easier for your loved ones to care for you should they need to.

Types of LPAs and their uses:

Lasting Power of Attorney - Property and Financial

A Property and Financial Affairs Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) allows you to plan ahead by choosing one or more persons you trust or a professional such as a Trust Corporation (your Attorney’s) to make decisions and take appropriate actions on your behalf regarding your property and financial affairs.

Your Attorney or Attorney’s can manage your finances and property whilst you still have capacity as well as when you lack capacity. For example, it may be easier for you to give someone the power to carry out tasks such as paying your bills or collecting your benefits or other income.

Lasting Power of Attorney - Health and Welfare

This Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) allows you to plan ahead with regard to your personal health and welfare by choosing one or more people to make decisions on your behalf.

These decisions can be made by your chosen attorney(s) when you lack the ability to make decisions regarding your treatment or other personal matters for yourself; for example if you are sick in hospital or because of the onset of a long term health condition.

Contact us today to enquire about making a Lasting power of Attorney for yourself or a loved one.

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