If you’re worried about losing the ability to manage your own affairs in the future, you may want to consider making a Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA). This means you appoint someone else to make decisions on your behalf if you lose mental capacity.
These could be decisions about:
- How to manage your finances
- What happens to your business, if you’re a business owner
- Your health and welfare
- The type of medical care and treatment you receive
- What happens if you have to move into a care home
Making a Lasting Power of Attorney gives both you and your family peace of mind for the future. They’ll know what you want if anything happens to you, and you’ll know your wishes will be respected.
We provide specialist advice tailored to your specific needs and make sure your estate and welfare is protected for the future.