- Property and Financial Affairs LPA. This gives your Attorney the authority to make decisions about the management of your property and financial affairs
- Health and Welfare LPA. This gives your Attorney the authority to make decisions about your personal healthcare and welfare, to include consenting to or refusing life-sustaining treatment
In the event that an LPA is not possible, for example the person concerned has already lost mental capacity, then authority can be granted to a 'Deputy' by way of an application to the Court of Protection. We have specialists who can assist you with this, for more information please see our Becoming a Court Appointed Deputy guide.
You may also wish to consider how you can protect your assets from Care Home Fees.
To make a Will or a Lasting Power of Attorney, you can choose from the following:
Book an appointment...in the office, at your home, or online
Request information on Wills or Powers of Attorney