An individual (the “donor”) may appoint one or more dependable people (the “attorneys”) to act on their behalf in the event that they become unable of doing so themselves due to mental or physical disability by using a Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA). There are two different kinds of LPAs: one for health and welfare […]
Why would I need a Lasting Power of Attorney?
To work out whether this applies to you, let’s first ask what is a lasting power of attorney (LPA)? Then explore what circumstances would mean it’s a no-brainer to get one sorted. There are two different types of LPA; you can have one or the other or both depending upon your wishes. Property and Financial […]