Lasting powers of attorney: when can an attorney start to act

Lasting powers of attorney: when can an attorney start to act The attorney can only act when the LPA has been registered with the Public Guardian. The law for LPAs is different from that for EPAs (which dealt with property and financial affairs only). An EPA must (if it is to be used) be registered when the…

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Lasting Powers of Attorney

Town & Country Law are offering, for the whole of July 2017, buy one, get one free on Lasting Powers of Attorney.   Why do I need this Advice? In the future you could be in a position where you are unable to make decisions for yourself. Physical or mental incapacity following illness, an accident or…

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Choosing the LPA attorney

  Choosing who to appoint as attorney is the most important part in the process of making a Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA), as the attorney will be the person making decisions about the donor’s property and financial affairs and/or health and welfare should the donor become incapacitated. Acting as an attorney is an important…

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