An LPA is a legal form but doesn’t have to be a daunting task…
Lasting power of attorneys (LPAs) allows you to appoint a person you know and trust to act on your behalf, in the case of loss of mental capacity. LPAs grant legal authority over issues including money, property and your health. Failures to register an LPA, legal specialists warn, it could mean someone unsuitable assuming control of your personal affairs, increasing the risk of financial abuse. It can also mean that your assets are frozen for an extended period while that person’s ability to make their own decisions are assessed if concerns about your mental capacity have been raised.
One easy solution is to have an LPA and Will Writing service available this is where Langham Wills Ltd can help. Drawn from an IFA background and with over 20 years of Will Writing and LPA experience, our team can provide the essential documents with an inbuilt understanding of your financial objectives and continued development.
What is an attorney?
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Who do I name to notify on my form?
Who do I give the power to make any decisions about any life sustaining treatment?
Here to help, if you still have questions, Speak to Langham Wills Ltd, your Will Writer & Estate Planning service provider for more information. Call us on 01473 487611 or email email@example.com