Lasting Powers of Attorney

What is a Lasting Power of Attorney?

A Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA’s) is a document which allows you to select another person, or more than one person, to make decisions on your behalf in relation to your Property and Financial Affairs, or your Health and Personal Welfare, if you become incapable of doing so yourself.

The two types of LPAS include:

  • Property and Finance
  • Health and Welfare

Why Make a Lasting Power of attorney?

Lasting Powers of Attorney (LPAs) let you choose who should manage your affairs and make decisions on your behalf if you lose mental capacity. Allowing you complete control over whom who trust to ensure your wishes are adhered to while you are still alive and looked after long after you have died.

Oppressed red-haired woman signs document on deprivation of guardianship.

If you lose mental capacity without an LPA, your loved ones will need to apply to the Court of Protection for a ‘Deputy’ to be appointed to manage your affairs. This can be a lengthy and complex process, causing further distress for your loved ones.

Our team at Parker Arrenberg act as trusted advisers to individuals, families, trusts and family or owner managed businesses. We will assess your long-term tax plans and offer relevant advice and services on the best options available for efficient inheritance and estate management.

Our Fees

Your solicitor will always ensure that you are fully aware of any fees involved, and where possible we will work to a range of fixed fees depending on your requirements. If that is not possible, we will provide you with a very clear and transparent fee quotation that ensures you fully understand the fees you need to pay and what is included in those fees.

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