HomeFor you Court of Protection, Mental Capacity and Powers of Attorney Lasting Powers of Attorney (LPAs) Lasting Power of Attorney FAQs
A Lasting Power of Attorney is a legal document by which you assign one or more people (known as ‘attorneys’) to make decisions on your behalf should you lose the mental capacity to make them yourself. This can include decisions regarding your health, such as care decisions, your day to day welfare and assistance with medical matters, or if you need some additional help to carry things out (such as buying and selling property for you along with assisting with all your financial matters, dealing with your investments or managing your bank accounts).
There are two types of LPA – health and care or financial decisions. Our team of experienced LPA solicitors can help you draft your application and ensure your requirements are met. Get in touch today.