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Your Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA)
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LPA [ Who speaks for you ]

    • Asset 4Online, over the phone or face to face
    • Asset 4Health & Welfare or Property & Financial
    • Asset 4Lifetime storage and legal checking service

A legal document, which allows you to appoint your most trusted people, attorneys, to make decisions on your behalf. These may be decisions about your financial affairs (as set out in a Property and Financial Affairs LPA), and your health needs (set out in a Health and Welfare LPA).

If you don’t have a LPA in place and you lose the ability to manage your affairs, for example through accident or illness, then your family would need to apply to the Court of Protection for a Deputyship Order. This is very costly, time-consuming and emotionally difficult; and comes at a time when your loved one may be struggling to cope.

LPAs can also be used for temporary financial decisions, where someone may be absent abroad for long periods or where a person may have disabilities which makes getting to the bank or paying bills difficult.

What is the difference between Property and Financial Affairs and a Health and Welfare LPA?
Property and Financial Affairs LPA
Choose one or more people to make decisions about matters relating to:

  • Paying household bills or transferring money in and out of bank accounts.
  • Collecting benefits or salaries owed to you.
  • Selling or transferring your home.
  • Managing the upkeep of your property.

This type of LPA can be used for short periods of time or on a more permanent basis.

Health and Welfare LPA

Choose one or more people, to make decisions about matters relating to:

  • Your daily routine (e.g. eating, taking medication).
  • Your medical care.
  • Moving into a care home.
  • Decisions about life-sustaining treatment.

This type of LPA can only be used when you have lost the ability to make your own decisions.

  • It’s not just access to forms, it’s a comprehensive tool with lots of help and guidance.
  • It’s quick and easy.
  • It’s jargon free
  • It’s written by experts with years of experience with this type of thing
  • You can fill out the questions at a pace to suit you.
  • Your LPAs are produced instantly and added to your important documents, ensuring your trusted people can access the latest version.
  • Print and sign your LPAs at your convenience, with detailed instructions on how to do so.
  • Value for money.

There are no hidden costs when you make your LPAs. Not only do you get expert help, you also get all of this:

  • Unlimited access to your LPA documents.
  • Help and advice on how to sign your LPA correctly
  • Help at the end of the phone whenever it is needed

Online £240.00 per person, per Lasting Power of Attorney.
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