Lasting Power of Attorney
There may come a time when you may be unable to manage your own financial and welfare decisions without help.
Life is uncertain and nobody wants to think about becoming ill or incapacitated, but unfortunately these things happen. If you have a Lasting Power of Attorney, (LPA), in place it will certainly help your family, giving them one less thing to worry about at this difficult time.
If you lose the ability to make financial and welfare decisions for yourself, your partner or your family do not necessarily have the automatic right to make them for you, unless you have a LPA in place.
You must make an LPA whilst you still have the mental capacity to do so. If you make an LPA whilst you are able, you appoint a person or persons of your choice who are called Attorneys to make decisions on your behalf. You have control of who you appoint.
Trust Peter Robinson Co., specialist team to prepare your LPA, whilst you still have the choice who to appoint as your Attorneys.