Lasting Power of Attorney

A lasting power of attorney is a useful legal tool that helps to make sure your personal or financial interests are properly taken care of. If you’re worried about a time that you might not be able to manage certain aspects of your life, either through old age or illness, a lasting power of attorney can give you peace of mind. 

With a lasting power of attorney, you choose someone you can trust to make important decisions on your behalf. This can be a relative or a friend, but it’s important to remember that they will have full decision-making powers over managing your finances and property, and even possibly your healthcare needs.

Types of Power of Attorney

A lasting power of attorney is a great way to protect the financial well-being of you and your family if you can’t do it yourself. No matter how unsure your future may be, you can be assured that your affairs have been left in the care of someone you know will keep your best interests at heart.

It’s important to do your research when it comes to lasting power of attorneys. 

We will discuss your needs and help you choose the right person to help manage your affairs when the time comes. From there, we can help put a plan in place to make sure your needs are covered. We’ll also make sure that the people you choose to manage your affairs know what they’re doing.

Property & Affairs Lasting Power of Attorney

This allows you to choose someone to make decisions about your finances, operate your bank accounts, make investment decisions and buy or sell properties.

Personal Welfare Lasting Power of Attorney

You select someone to make decisions about your health and welfare – such as where you live, and what care and medical treatment you receive.

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