Although it may be difficult for you to think about, putting an LPA in place will make things easier for you and your loved ones should you require assistance or something happen to you. Our specialist team will explain what is involved and discuss the options with you.
What if there is no LPA in place and you need to make decisions for someone else?
If a family member or close friend has lost the ability to make decisions about their own affairs and they have not created an LPA, we can help you apply to the Court of Protection to become their ‘deputy’ so you can manage their affairs on their behalf. Or if you prefer, we can take on the role of professional deputy, reducing the stress you could face making decisions for someone else.