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A Lasting Power of Attorney “LPA” is a legal document used for forward planning. It allows you to choose someone you trust “Attorney” to make decisions for you, it may concern your property and financial affairs, or your Health and Welfare.

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YOUR LASTING POWER OF ATTORNEY

A Lasting Power of Attorney “LPA” is a legal document used for forward planning. It allows you to choose someone you trust “Attorney” to make decisions for you, as it may concern your property and financial affairs, or your Health and Welfare  An “LPA” enables you to choose the person or persons, you would wish to make personal decisions on your behalf, in such circumstances, this would include decisions about medical treatment, care, where you should live.

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Our friendly specialists are here to help you and can offer information and a free, no-obligation quote over the phone. for your Power of Attorney needs

There is a misconception that an “LPA” only applies to the elderly, or terminally ill; this is incorrect. It is wise for everyone, of any age and capacity to have one in place to cover any possible eventuality.

If you no longer have the mental capacity to look after your own affairs, and you do not have an “LPA” in place, the Court of Protection will appoint a Deputy to manage your affairs for you. This may not necessarily be a person who you chose, and can be costly, lengthy and sometimes cumbersome.

There are two types of “LPA”
The Property and Financial Affairs “LPA” allows you to choose a person you trust to make decisions about how your property and financial affairs are managed.

Financial Affairs “LPA”

Price £249

The Health and Welfare “LPA” allows you to choose someone you trust, to make decisions about your personal healthcare, including deciding where you live and also life-sustaining treatments.

If you no longer have the mental capacity to look after your own affairs, and you do not have an LPA in place, the Court of Protection will appoint a Deputy to manage your affairs for you. This may not necessarily be a person of your choosing and can be costly, lengthy, and sometimes cumbersome.

To discover more, simply call us for a no-obligation discussion about your needs now on freephone 0808 188 9008

Health & Welfare “LPA”

Price £249

By ordering both a Financial and Health and Welfare Power of Attorney it will enable you to choose the person, or persons, you would wish to make personal decisions on your behalf, in such circumstances, this would include decisions about medical treatment or care, or where you should live and to deal with all your finance situations like managing your day to day banking.

To discover more, simply call us for a no-obligation discussion about your needs now on freephone 0808 188 9008

Both LPAs”

Price £489

This service is for a couple, for example, husband and wife, and is for both Financial and Health and Welfare.

By ordering both a Financial and Health and Welfare Power of Attorney for a couple it will enable you to choose the person, or persons, you would wish to make personal decisions on your behalf, in such circumstances, this would include decisions about medical treatment or care, or where you should live and to deal with all your finance situations like managing your day to day banking.

To discover more, simply call us for a no-obligation discussion about your needs now on freephone 0808 188 9008

Couples LPAs”

Price £948

What it includes

Telephone consultation, document completion, witnesses, postage and processing fees included at the Office of Public Guardian.

All our documents are custom prepared for you together with a guide to attestation but more importantly, an appointment and telephone/video signing service.

We book an appointment to suit you and your attorneys so that we can talk you through the signing and attestation service to avoid mistakes that are made regularly by people attempting DIY power of attorney. If your attorneys are unable to attend, we will explain the signing procedure in detail and check the documentation once it is returned.

We call this a “virtual appointment” and it can be done by Microsoft Teams, Zoom, WhattsApp, or Skype for visual confirmation. A virtual appointment is as good as us being there in person but at the fraction of the cost of attending a solicitor’s office and completing the same work on your behalf, everything is completed stress-free and at a safe distance in the comfort of your own home.

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