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Lasting Powers of Attorney

We all know that we should write a Will, but too few of us know we should also consider Lasting Powers of Attorney.

Update: Are you unable to leave the house and want to authorise a loved one or trusted friend to act on your behalf?

You may need your banking done, or other financial or health matters dealt with.

We can arrange your Lasting Powers of Attorney over the phone and provide a service to post the documents out to your attorneys for signature, once they are returned to us.

We act as your “post box" and arrange everything for you.

To find out more contact us on 0208 568 9602.

By 2025, more than 1 million people in the UK will have dementia, according to the Alzheimer’s Society. One in five people over 85 already suffers from it, with rates significantly higher among women than men. Handling your financial affairs becomes virtually impossible – which is why charities who care for the elderly recommend everyone plans ahead to ease the potential burden on our relatives.

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Lasting Powers of Attorney (LPA) are a legal documents in which you appoint someone to make decisions on your behalf. The person so appointed is referred to as an ‘Attorney’.

There are 3 types of LPA


Property and Financial Lasting Powers of Attorney

To appoint an attorney to look after your financial affairs and property when you are unable to deal with them yourself because you are away or you are ill or even become mentally incapable due to an injury or an illness such as Alzheimer’s.

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Health and Welfare Lasting Powers of Attorney

The attorney is granted the power to make decisions about your health and welfare if you are unable due to mental or physical incapacity.

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Business Lasting Powers of Attorney

To appoint an attorney to look after your business affairs when you are unable to deal with them yourself because you are away or you are ill or even become mentally incapable due to an injury or an illness such as Alzheimer’s.

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