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Lasting Power of Attorney

Lasting Power of Attorney

There are two kinds of LPA:

  • Personal Welfare Lasting Power of Attorney

By appointing one or more attorneys, the Personal Welfare LPA means that if you become unable to make decisions about your health care or housing, for example, someone you trust can do this for you. You can specify what sort of decisions your attorney can make - from day to day choices to 'life sustaining care', which you have to give additional consent for.

  • Property and Affairs Lasting Power of Attorney

An attorney (or attorneys) can be appointed through a Property and Affairs LPA to manage your property and finances when you can no longer do this for yourself, and also while you still have the capacity to make these decisions. This can be very useful, for example if you are out of the country a lot, or have mobility problems. You can decide which of these decisions to give to your attorney(s).



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