Lasting Powers Of Attorney (LPAs) & Deputyship Solicitors
A Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) empowers an individual to make sure their personal wishes are met if they become too frail or incapable to make those decisions for themselves. Our team of solicitors can guide you through this complex area of the law. Book an appointment at one of our offices throughout the UK to discuss your specific needs with a member of our team.
It may sound obvious but a Lasting Power of Attorney needs to be put in place before you are incapable of doing so. If an individual has already lost capacity to make an LPA, Stowe Family Law can arrange for a trusted friend or family member to apply to become a court appointed deputy.
With financial affairs becoming more and more complex, we ensure that individuals are aware of the choices they have. We provide advice and guidance on the following:
- Preparation of Lasting Powers of Attorney ( LPA)
- Property and Finances
- Health and welfare
- The Mental Capacity Act 2005
- Advice on the legal test for capacity and medico-legal requirements of LPAs
Book a consultation today.