Jack Straw, when he was Lord Chancellor and Secretary of State for Justice said this:



We all know how important it is to plan for the future. Having a Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA)...in place should be as common and natural as making a Will. It ensures that a person of your choosing will be able to manage your affairs should you lose capacity, be it as a result of dementia, mental illness or an accident.



Lasting Power of Attorney


Why It’s important to think about your Lasting Power of Attorney


At a time of stress and anxiety the last thing you want to discover is that you cannot access your bank accounts (including joint bank accounts) because the account has been frozen due to the lose of capacity of one of the signatories. None of us want to think about possible mental incapacity, but as we live longer, more and more of us will need help in looking after our affairs, and sadly too many people leave it too late.



A special documentary by Dom Littlewood of the One Show on the importance of LPA’s.


Property & Financial Affairs LPA


This LPA allows you to nominate who you would like to look after your affairs and act on your behalf in relation to financial matters such as paying bills etc.


Health & Welfare LPA


Having this LPA in place enables you to nominate family or friends who can make decisions on your behalf regarding decisions such as your care and day to day well being.



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