It has always been important to plan ahead for the future. A Lasting Power of Attorney will allow someone to act your behalf in the event you are unable to manage your affairs either through accident or illness.
Lasting Powers of Attorney are a new type of power that replace Enduring Powers of Attorney. The key difference is that all lasting powers must be registered before they become effective.
We have gained a lot of experience with LPAs since they were introduced, and kept up with all the developments since. The system is more complex than the one it replaces so it is much easier having someone acting on your behalf. We can discuss your individual requirements to ensure you apply for the right LPA for you.
The Lasting Powers of Attorney team comprises of Susan Webster, Katie McCann and Oliver Cahill