Lasting Power of Attorney Solicitors

Have total peace of mind that your estate and interests are protected should you ever lose mental capacity by registering a Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA). Our specialist power of attorney solicitors are here to help you through the process and answer any questions you may have.

An introduction to Lasting Powers of Attorney

Most people understand the importance of writing a Will, however, many do no understand why they should also consider arranging a Lasting Power of Attorney. A Lasting Power of Attorney allows you to nominate a trusted family member or friend to make legal decisions on your behalf when you are unable to do so.

There are two types of LPA – Property and Financial Affairs, and Health and Welfare. As a leading law firm in the South, our expert LPA Solicitors are available to help you with all aspects of your LPA and can walk you through each option, simply submit the provided contact form and we will be in touch.

“Honest, efficient, confident, inspiring , caring and sensitive service and advice…”

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Why use a solicitor when preparing a Lasting Power of Attorney?

Whilst a solicitor’s assistance is not required, it is recommended, as there are many pitfalls within the LPA registration process you need to avoid. Making a mistake in your application can be costly and result in your Lasting Power of Attorney being rejected. We work in your best interests to ensure a smooth registration process and can help you when it comes to:

  • Appointing attorneys;
  • Arranging how attorneys are able to act on your behalf;
  • Ensuring all your wishes are covered under the LPA;
  • Specific wording that may be necessary;
  • Making arrangements for complex assets, such as property abroad; and
  • Ensuring that your Lasting Power of Attorney is valid

We make registering for a Lasting Power of Attorney as easy and stress free as possible, and our LPA lawyers will provide you with expert legal advice backed by years of experience. It could not be easier to get started – contact us using the form and one of our friendly solicitors will get back to you as soon as possible to discuss your requirements or call 0800 2800 421.

  • Contact us for a free phone consultation!