4. Powers of Attorney

Lasting Powers of Attorney

If you are named as an Attorney in a Lasting Power of Attorney, then you may be required to make decisions about the affairs of a friend or family member.

Appointing a Professional Attorney in your LPA(s)

Attorneys have to make very complex decisions about another person’s finances or health and welfare. Because of this, you may wish to consider appointing a professional to carry out the role.

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