Lasting Powers of Attorney

You can protect your interests using Lasting Powers of Attorney, which are legal documents allowing you to name people to act on your behalf in the event that you are no longer able to make decisions for yourself.

Helping you to understand Powers of Attorney

There are two types of LPAs: a Lasting Power of Attorney for Property and Financial Affairs and a Lasting Power of Attorney for Health and Welfare. A Property and Financial Affairs LPA allows your attorneys to make decisions for you about your bank accounts, investments, your home and other properties, your pensions and anything else which you own.

A Health and Welfare LPA allows your attorneys to be able to make decisions about your day to day care, such as where you should live, and what medical treatments you should receive. You can also give your attorneys authority to be able to refuse consent to life sustaining treatment on your behalf if you wish.

You are able to tailor both types of LPA to your own individual circumstances and to your own particular wishes and values.

Tailor your Lasting Powers of Attorney

We understand that Lasting Powers of Attorney give your attorneys a large amount of power over your affairs and should therefore not be rushed. By taking the time to identify your priorities, we can write bespoke LPAs that reflect your personal circumstances. This will mean your attorneys will have all the appropriate powers and relevant guidance to ensure that they can make decisions for you which you would have made for yourself, if you had been able to do so.

Putting your health, your finances, and your future in responsible hands

LPAs are important at any stage of life. For an older person, care fees may need to be funded, while a younger person with a dependant family could need school fees or the mortgage paid. Having someone in place to do this is essential, and will mean that there is always someone who can, amongst other things, manage your investments so they do not lose their value, pay day-to-day expenses, and, if necessary, sell property.

We advise on LPAs for clients throughout London, Oxfordshire, and neighbouring counties, so whatever your personal circumstances, you can trust us to help you.


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