Making an LPA

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A Lasting Power of Attorney document enables you to appoint someone to manage your financial and health affairs should you be unable to.

People often seek advice on making a Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) when they believe they might lose the ability to manage their own affairs, for example, if they are elderly and at risk of age-related incapacity. But, sadly mental incapacity isn’t restricted to older people, it can result from an accident or long-term illness and can have devastating effects on families trying to manage the health, welfare and finances of a loved one without legal authority.

You do not need to be older or have a specific reason to make an LPA. These powerful documents protect you and help you to stay in control of what happens to you in the future.

Please use the form to request a free consultation, call 020 7205 2115 or download our ‘Guide to Making an LPA’.

    Making a Lasting Power of Attorney

    We have prepared a brief digital guide on creating a Lasting Power of Attorney. It explains the 2 types of LPA, appointing attorneys, and what they can do for you.

    Download Our Guide


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    LPAs are not just for older people

    “My husband had a stroke at 49 years old and lost the ability to communicate for weeks. I had to borrow money to pay staff and keep his business running. With an LPA I could have managed his financial affairs easily until he was well enough to take over. Needless to say, we’ve both now made one with Kidd Rapinet’s help”

    What exactly does an LPA do?

    An LPA is a legal document that you (the donor) can use to appoint an individual or individuals (your Attorneys) to manage your affairs, or to help you manage them. It gives you more control over what happens if you have difficulty making decisions and/or putting those decisions into effect.

    Preparing for a meeting

    Our ‘Making an LPA’ guide is useful to read through before you join us for a free consultation. It may also be helpful to start thinking about who you would consider to assist you or act on your behalf and how you would like your health and finances managed.

    Cameron KinrossUnderstanding an LPA