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Emma Gray 3h
So important to ensure are put in place however I believe it’s important to get qualified legal advice when preparing & registering them
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OPG 12h
A allows you to appoint someone you trust to look after your affairs should you not be able to make decisions yourself in the future. For more information, visit us online 🖥️
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Business School of Will Writing 11h
Why a is still the answer. An allows an individual to choose who they want to make decisions on their behalf should they lack the mental capacity to make those decisions in future
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JWALS Sep 17
there is no automatic right for your next of kin to take financial or health decisions on your behalf. As none of us know what's around the corner putting a in place is a prudent move.
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Susan Howarth & Co 13h
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Edward Hands & Lewis Sep 18
Think ahead. Have you made your Lasting Power of Attorney?
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Susan Howarth & Co Sep 18
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Emma Gray Sep 18
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OPG Sep 18
We no longer offer Enduring Power of Attorney (EPAs) but still register them if you made and signed one before October 1, 2007 📄You can find out more about EPAs and on our website:
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OPG Sep 17
We receive over 3,000 applications every day. For more information on making your LPA, visit us online at
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Jason Alderson Sep 17
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Claudine Jackson Sep 15
Lasting Power of Attorney Without an LPA, bank accounts may be frozen and your family may not be able to make decisions on your healthcare.
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Claudine Jackson Sep 15
Claudine is super professional in her work, she is friendly, welcoming, understanding, helpful and informative.
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Susan Howarth & Co Sep 14
Shocking new report shows UK heading for ‘dementia crisis’ – are you at risk?
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Hart Brown Sep 14
and Solicitor Jordan Page discusses the importance of appointing a when managing finances and affairs in later life, when your loved one suffers from dementia.
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Machins Solicitors Sep 14
New Mental Capacity Act law to ‘protect vulnerable in care’
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Susan Howarth & Co Sep 14
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Lester Aldridge Sep 13
Partner, Paula Shea explains what a is, how they work and what you need to consider when appointing yours.
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Susan Howarth & Co Sep 12
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Wards Solicitors Sep 11
Looking for help and advice about or (LPA)? , based in , is one of our growing team of who offer a initial meeting to talk things through.
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