A Power of Attorney is a formal legal document that allows you ("the Donor") to appoint someone to act on your behalf ("an Attorney") to make decisions for you. Those decisions may be in respect of your property and financial affairs or your health and welfare.
We all like to be in control. However, nobody knows what the future holds. Old age, accident, physical or mental illness may make it difficult or even impossible to look after yourself or your financial affairs. By putting in place a Lasting Power of Attorney you can choose who you would like to make decisions on your behalf.
We offer a first class service in preparing Lasting Powers of Attorney. (both finance and welfare)
A Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) is the legal document that allows you to choose the people you want to make decisions on your behalf should you ever be unable to do so. Putting an LPA in place now can provide peace of mind and protection for you and your family in the future. Two different types of LPA is:
An enduring power of attorney (EPA) is a power where the donor appoints one or more attorneys to manage their finances.
Only the Court of Protection can authorise decisions as important as making a Will or a major lifetime gift on behalf of someone who lacks capacity.
Our expertise covers all types of applications, complex and straightforward, contentious and non-contentious. At A H Page Solicitors we recommend a face-to-face meeting with one of our specialist solicitors. We can offer you comprehensive legal advice helping you to choose the most suitable attorneys and to decide what your attorneys will be responsible for.