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LPAs and Deputyship:
Empowering you and supporting your loved ones

Peace of mind

Many of us fear losing the ability to make decisions for ourselves, which could happen if we become unwell. It is possible to plan in case this happens, by giving people you trust a Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA). You can prescribe when it would start, and what type of decisions can be made on your behalf. Your loved ones will then be spared appointing a Court of Protection Deputy.

If you feel daunted by this process and need advice as to how to go about it, or if you worry about making sure your LPA is valid, our experienced team can make the application for you.

Loss of mental capacity

Sometimes, loved ones lose mental capacity to take important decisions for themselves before they can register an LPA. If this happens, a Court of Protection Deputy may have to be appointed to take the decisions necessary on their behalf.

Our deputyship specialists, Kevin Palmer and Adrian Fletcher, have many years of experience in this field of law. They have acted as Deputies in respect of property and financial affairs in a variety of situations, including management of compensation awards for those whose ability to manage their affairs has been impaired as a result of negligence.

Adrian can also advise on any related legal matters, such as liability for care fees, and tax planning of property and financial affairs.

Read more about Kevin Palmer and Adrian Fletcher

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For details of your options, just email us or give us a ring.







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Thank you very much Kevin for a wonderful service and for all the hard work, time and effort.

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