Providing Lasting Power of Attorney Support for Clients throughout Blackpool, Lancashire

Having Lasting Powers of Attorney in place ensures that your financial affairs can continue to be managed for you if you are suffering from an illness or disability that is preventing you from being able to do this yourself. Working with you to create the Lasting Power of Attorney documents, I prepare all the forms required and ensure that the process goes as smoothly as possible.

Lasting Power of Attorney

A Lasting Power of Attorney is a legal document that you (the Donor) make using a special form. It allows you to choose someone NOW (the Attorney) that you trust to make decisions on your behalf about things such as your property and financial affairs or health and welfare (or both if you wish) at a time in the future when you no longer wish to make those decisions or you may lack the mental capacity to make those decisions yourself.


Being your Attorney is an important role and one that the person chose has to agree to take on.

Lasting Power of Attorney

I advise you how you make a Lasting Power of Attorney, prepare all the forms for you, attend you as your Certificate Provider, notify all persons who need to be informed of your decision and register the forms with the Office of the Public Guardian.

Why LPA’s Need to Be Taken Seriously Considered by Business Entrepreneurs and Partnerships

Protect your business continuity in the event of a short-term or long-term disability, giving authority to those you trust to help you manage your business or your share of the business, whilst you recover, thereby protecting this very vital asset for the future.


Prices include homes visits for all appointments and a fully trained professional acting as your Certificate Provider and witness to ensure that all aspects of the procedure are correct and fully comply with the Mental Capacity Act requirements and dealing with the registration process for you if required.

Contact me in Blackpool, Lancashire, when you require Power of Attorney advice.

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