A Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) is a legal document that lets you choose trusted people to act on your behalf and make decisions for you, if you are unable to do so yourself, due to mental or physical incapacity.
A Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) is a document under which you can give authority to someone to make decisions on your behalf even after you have lost mental capacity. Read this helpful guide to understand the different types of LPAs.
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Whatever stage in life you have reached there is almost always a good reason to make a will; this can be to ensure your assets pass to people or organisations of your choice, or it may be to ensure that proper arrangements are made for the care of young children. A well-drafted will gives you
If you found yourself in a situation through physical or mental incapacity where you were unable to make decisions or manage your affairs who would you want to act in your best interests? You can address this in advance by putting in place lasting powers of attorney (LPA).