Lasting Powers of Attorney

It is always important to plan for the future - everyone should consider having a Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) in case you should ever lose mental capacity or develop any physical restrictions which might stop you managaing your own affairs. 

There are 2 forms of LPA's

  • A Property & Financial Affairs LPA

  • Health & Welfare LPA

The Property & Financial Affairs LPA is the day to day financial  decisions, dealings with your money, investements and properties. 

The Health & Welfare LPA covers things such as where you should live, who you should live with, as well as day to day care.


For Further information or advice on LPA's please contact us 


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