Lasting Powers of Attorney (LPA)

Appoint someone to help you make decisions or to make decisions on your behalf.

You may be unable to make important decisions for yourself as you get older or in cases of illness, disability or after an accident. To prepare for these situations, you should make a Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) to allow someone you trust to make decisions based on your health and welfare or property and financial affairs. 

You must have the required mental capacity to create a LPA. It is important that you do not wait until you are not capable of making a LPA, so now is not too early to consider this. Please download the documents below for further information and send us the completed form. If you wish to use us to create and register the LPA, you will also need to sign and date the terms. 

There are two types of LPA:

  • Health and welfare

  • Property and financial affairs

For details of our fees, please click here.

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