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Do I need one?

An ordinary Power of Attorney can often provide invaluable short term assistance. An LPOA is invaluable in future planning, particularly if you become incapable of managing your own affairs when it can:-

  • provide peace of mind in allowing others to provide for you and loved ones
  • allow someone else to intervene immediately. The alternative might see assets being "frozen" until a lengthy Court of Protection application succeeds to achieve a similar position to an LPOA.
  • provide protection. As a result of the need to register an LPO those who deal with your affairs are accountable for their actions.
  • ensures you choose who assists you in any time of need.
  • ultimately save costs should the LPOA need to come into effect.
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