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Lasting Powers of Attorney - Dale & Co.

Lasting Powers of Attorney - Dale & Co.

Lasting Powers of Attorney ('LPA's') are still valid if you become mentally incapable of managing your affairs - they 'last'. You can make two kinds of LPA - to appoint attorneys to look after your financial and welfare decisions separately. This is a very important document – you need to consider your choice of attorney carefully and appoint someone that you trust, as they may be managing your affairs while you are unable to check on their actions.

Dale & Co. produce a free Guide to Lasting Powers of Attorney. Contact us to request a copy.

If an LPA has not been made and you become mentally incapable of making a formal decision at a certain time, the matter will be referred to the Court of Protection. The Court may then make the decision, or choose someone else (a 'deputy') to make the particular decision.

If the position of deputy is ongoing, that person will usually have to keep accounts, enter into a security bond, and report back to the Office of the Public Guardian. The Court of Protection and Office of the Public Guardian charge for these services.



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Richard Dale BA Hons

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