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Lasting Powers of Attorney

Property & Financial

As a property and financial affairs attorney, you make (or help the donor make) decisions about things like:

  • Money, tax and bills
  • Bank and building society accounts
  • Property and investments
  • Pensions and benefits

You can use the donor’s money to look after their home and buy anything they need day to day (for example, food).Discuss decisions that affect the donor’s living arrangements, medical care or daily routine with their health and welfare attorney, if they have one.

Lasting Powers of Attorney

Health & Welfare

As a health and welfare attorney, you make (or help the donor make) decisions about things like:

  • Daily routine, for example washing, dressing and eating
    Medical care
  • Where the donor lives

You might need to spend the donor’s money on things that maintain or improve their quality of life. This can include:

  • New clothes or hairdressing
  • Decorating their home or room in a care home
  • Paying for extra support so the donor can go out more, for example to visit friends or relatives or to go on holiday

You must ask for money from the person in charge of the donor’s funds.

  • LPA Pricing
  • £ 150*
    / per LPA
  • Lasting Powers of Attorney (LPAs) ensure that you and your finances are looked after by someone that you trust, whatever your personal situation.

    **Special Offer – Couples Discount**
    Only £125 for each LPA when a couple make their LPAs together (Both Property and Financial Affairs and Health and Welfare LPAs plus £82 registration fee per LPA).

    *Plus a registration fee of £82

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