Lasting Power of Attorney
Last year, research was conducted by Solicitors for the Elderly that showed 65% of people think that their next of kin will make medical and care decisions for us if we are no longer able to.
But in reality, unless you have a Health & Welfare Lasting Power of Attorney in place, this isn’t the case.
The COVID 19 pandemic seen a large rise in the numbers of people enquiring about the Lasting Power of Attorneys (LPA’s) but still, research conducted that only 22% of people in the UK actually have one.
If you are thinking about making a Lasting Power of Attorney, it is vital to get any legal documents right, as around 22,000 LPA’s are rejected every year. If you are in a position where you have to make a difficult legal solution, then it is important to ensure that you speak to a specialist lawyer who has experience in this area of law and who is able to support you through the process.
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