Powers Of Attorney Services Cheshire 

A Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) is a legal document that allows you to choose trusted people to manage your affairs should you be unable to do so. There are two types of LPA, one for ‘Property and Financial’ affairs and another for decisions relating to ‘Health and Welfare’. 
A Property and Financial Affairs LPA – enables the attorney to make financial decisions such as operating a bank account, dealing with tax affairs, claiming benefits and buying and selling property. 
A Health and Welfare LPA – enables the attorney to make decisions about where you live, as well as consenting to or refusing medical treatment on your behalf. 
Ask about how our service is different and the certainty it then gives you and the family. 
We can guide you through drafting a robust Lasting Power of Attorney and choosing a trusted person or people to act on your behalf and in your best interests. We can also provide advice and guidance to Attorneys, ensuring they are fully aware of their responsibilities and can act with confidence. 
We can also act as a Certificate Provider, helping to avoid any challenges or claims regarding the capacity of the person to appoint LPAs. 
If you were to lose your mental capacity with no Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) in place, your affairs would be handled by a Deputy appointed by the Court of Protection. This can be a lengthy and expensive process. Our Lasting Power of Attorney team can help you plan proactively to avoid this situation. 
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