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A Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) is one of the most important documents you will ever need.

What is an LPA?


A Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) is a legal document where you appoint an Attorney to look after your affairs if you are unable to do so. The Attorney is the person who will make decisions on your behalf should you become unable to do so. This may be due to many reasons including:
  • An accident
  • A disability
  • The onset of a mental illness such as Alzheimer’s or Dementia 
  • Suffering a stroke.
You can speak to Linda, our Head of Wills and Probate, for a free 15 minute consultation to discuss the different types of LPA and what may be right for you and your family.
What is an LPA?

Types of LPA


At GWlegal we offer two types of LPA:
  • Property and Financial LPA which would allow an Attorney to make decisions regarding your finances and property. They would then be able to manage any accounts that you may have.
  • Health and Welfare LPA which would put your Attorney in charge of your personal wellbeing. They may be required to make decisions about where you live and what care you receive.
The fact is without an LPA no one, not even your spouse or partner, has the automatic right or ability to take charge of your finances.

Don’t take the chance. Make an LPA with the help of our qualified solicitors.
Types of LPA

It’s important not to leave your discussion about LPA's until it's too late. There still may be time for you or your loved one to make an LPA.

For Family


The following conditions could mean the loss of mental capacity:  
  • dementia 
  • a brain injury
  • a mental condition 
  • a stroke 
  • unconsciousness caused by a sudden accident  
You can speak to Linda, our Head of Wills and Probate, for a free 15 minute consultation to discuss the different types of LPA and what may be right for you and your family.
For Family

For You


Do you need an LPA yourself?  Here are some things to consider...
  • Do you own your own home and have assets in your own name?
  • Do you own your own business?
  • Do you have a risky job?
  • Do you take part in sports?
  • Are you unmarried or living alone, with few close family members?
It is really important if any of the above apply to you that you seriously consider getting an LPA to protect yourself and those you love.
For You

About Us


Offering straightforward legal advice with everything explained in plain English, GWlegal have dedicated legal teams comprising of experienced solicitors to litigation executives and specially trained telephone support assistants.

Linda is a qualified Solicitor of 16 years and a qualified Trust and Estate Practitioner of 14 years. She is a member of STEP (Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners). She specialises in all aspects of Wills, Probate, Estate Planning and Lasting Powers of Attorney and Court of Protection work with 25 years overall legal experience.
About Us

It's not too late to get your LPA sorted - by the people who care...

Contact


  • GWlegal, 4th Floor, 20 Chapel Street, Liverpool, L3 9GW