That way, you ensure someone you trust is in place to act in your best interests. If you own an interest in a business, a separate business lasting power of attorney means your business is looked after too.
There are two types of LPA – one for financial decisions and a separate LPA for health & care. We will help you to identify your priorities in relation to both.
To plan the management of your finances, we will discuss your assets, the decisions you would like your attorneys to be able to make and when they can make those decisions.
If you are making a health LPA, we will discuss the kind of care decisions that may need to be made for you, this will include your wishes regarding medical care, where you live and can include life sustaining medical treatment decisions.
We will prepare draft LPAs tailored to your circumstances and will work with you to sign and validate them. Once everyone has signed the form it must be registered with the Office of the Public Guardian before it can be used. We will guide you through this process and, depending on your circumstances, may also act as certificate provider for you.