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Attorneys can make decisions for you when you no longer wish to or when you lack the mental capacity to do so (decisions about your health and welfare can only be made after you have lost capacity).
Why make a Lasting Power of Attorney?
A Lasting Power of Attorney can help you plan how your health and wellbeing or financial affairs will be looked after when you become unable to do so and choose the people who will make these decisions. This ensures decisions are made by individuals you trust reducing the cost, time and upset for all those involved.
You can choose one or more individuals to be an attorney e.g. family members, partners, business associates or close friends and can decide whether your Attorneys are to act on their own or if they must always act together. You can even appoint replacement Attorneys should your first named Attorneys not be able to act in the future.
What would the Attorneys do?
Property and Financial Affairs Lasting Power of Attorney:
Health and Welfare Lasting Power of Attorney:
Court of Protection:
When it is too late to get a Lasting Power of Attorney for your loved one, we can assist you in applying to the Court of Protection for Deputyship. This will enable you to take control of your loved one’s assets and support them when they can no longer support themselves. As a result of our extensive experience, we are able to provide you with accurate time scales and will be able to support you every step of the way in your application.
We'd love to hear from you. Please contact Sarah Hodkinson on 01274 377284.