Lasting Power of Attorney
A Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) is a legal document which upon completion is arranged by us to be registered with the Office of the Public Guardian. The LPA allows you (the ‘donor’) to appoint one or more people (the ‘Attorneys) to make decisions on your behalf should you become unable to organize your affairs at any point in your life.
You can make 2 types of LPA:
Property and Financial Affairs:
Allows you to appoint an Attorney to help you make decision or make decisions on your behalf about your properties and finances should you become incapacitated to do so yourself.
Health and Welfare
Allows your Attorney to make decisions about your health and advanced care provisions, such as where you live, your day to day care and it extends as far as an acceptance or refusal of life-sustaining treatment on your behalf.
Note: Discounts will be applied for a Husband and Wife/Cohabitees/Civil Partners