Lasting Power of Attorney

Replaced Enduring Power of Attorneys in October 2007. A legal document that allows you to give authority to anyone you choose (this person will be your Attorney) to make decisions on your behalf if you are not able to make them yourself. For example, on the decline of your physical or mental health. There are two types of Lasting Power of Attorney – one covers financial matters and property, and the other covers health and welfare.

We have a guide to paying for care on the Tilney website which you may find useful.

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