Lasting Power of Attorney
If you are concerned about what will happen if you are unable to make decisions in the future, a Lasting Power of Attorney can put your mind at rest. We can help you create and register a Lasting Power or Attorney.
How can we help?
Lasting Power of Attorney Solicitor
A Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) Solicitor will help you draft a legal document that lets you appoint one or more people to help you make decisions or to make decisions on your behalf. This gives you more control over what happens to you if you have an accident or an illness and cannot make your own decisions.
There are two types of LPA, covering property and financial matters and health and welfare decisions, and our specialist, experienced solicitors can give you clear and impartial guidance about your options. This includes who to appoint to act on your behalf, so that you have peace of mind that those making decisions are people you trust.
What happens if I don’t have a Lasting Power of Attorney?
Without an LPA, no one has legal authority to deal with any financial or business matters or make any decisions on your behalf. Our services enable you to avoid difficult matters such as ‘freezing’ of your assets, costly and time consuming applications to the Court of Protection and the possibility of your assets being dealt with by someone unknown to you.
Specialist legal advice
Our fully flexible service package means we can handle every stage of the process of preparing and registering the documents, so that your LPAs are valid and ready for use should the time come, avoiding delays and financial difficulties in future.
You can get started by taking a look at our LPA Guide & Questionnaire to learn more about the process and costs involved.
Contact our Lasting Power of Attorney solicitors in Bristol or London
Let’s talk. You can call us on 0117 906 9400 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for further information from our Lasting Power of Attorney solicitors in Bristol and London. Alternatively, please complete our contact form
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