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Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA)

An LPA is the quickest and most efficient method of ensuring that vital decisions can be made where a person has lost capacity, by the person or persons whom the donor trusts.

What is it?

Property & Financial Affairs • Opening, operating and closing bank accounts • Making pension decisions • Dealing with the donor’s tax affairs • Paying household expenses • Purchasing, leasing or selling property • Making any other purchases on behalf of the donor to improve their quality of life

Health and Welfare • Deciding on the donor’s place of residence • Making decisions about the donor’s residential care (including location) • Consenting to or refusing medical treatment (including life sustaining treatment) • Day-to-day decisions about social activities, holidays, dress, food

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