Posted on 15th May 2019 at 16:39
A Lasting Power of Attorney is often referred to as an LPA. It’s a document that you register with the court and it allows you to appoint somebody else, importantly somebody that you trust, to manage your affairs for you.
There are two kinds, one is for property and finance and one is for health and welfare.
Once you’ve decided that you want to make a Lasting Power of Attorney it is best to consult a solicitor.
We can offer you advice on your finances, complex family arrangements and we can make sure that they are done professionally.
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