LPAs – Lasting Powers of Attorney

Powers of Attorney enable relatives, friends or professional advisers to administer the affairs of elderly or infirm persons who are unwilling or unable to manage their own affairs.

Lasting Powers of Attorney (LPAs) come in two parts: Property & Affairs, and Personal Welfare. LPAs allow the Donor to pass to their appointed Attorney authority to make decisions on their behalf, if they are unable to make decisions for themselves.

LPAs have become complicated and lengthy however Lucas Law Solicitors stand ready to assist you or your relative. Our Private Client Team can act as a ‘Certificate Provider’ for the purposes of the LPA. We will take you through the process step-by-step and ensure you are aware of the document’s power and consequences.

We know the value of a personal service during distressing times and our friendly, approachable staff will ensure you receive the best advice.

To discuss the issues surrounding LPAs (Lasting Powers of Attorney) please contact Timothy Lucas on 02920 210846 or email info@nulllucaslaw.co.uk.