The Lasting Power of Attorney gives one or more people, usually relatives but sometimes a professional, the ability to help you manage your financial affairs. The Power continues even if you lose the ability to understand your finances. As such it is of course a very powerful document.
Additionally it is now possible to make a Lasting Power of Attorney for your Care and Welfare. You are able to appoint someone, nearly always close family members, to make decisions on your behalf in connection with your care and welfare, including where you are to live and how you are cared for should you lose the ability to make and communicate these decisions yourself.
As with all our services, our charges are always reasonable and we offer a discount on the fee if Lasting Powers are made at the same time as you make your Will.
Patricia is the appointed professional attorney for a number of our clients who do not have family or friends who are able to act as attorney for them. This means that Patricia can both assist in the drafting and registration of the Lasting Powers and can also advise on the day to day management of an attorneyship and provide guidance on the correct and legal approach when major decisions are to be made.
If we can help you with Lasting Powers of Attorney, please call or email email@example.com.