A power of attorney may be appropriate if your loved one would like you to manage his or her mortgage payment, the sale of a property or another financial matter. Powers of attorney can also designate power generally, if the older person would like someone to take over all aspects of his or her financial affairs while he or she has capacity.
Lasting Powers of Attorney
Only a lasting power of attorney (LPA) will remain valid if your loved one becomes incapacitated. The lasting power of attorney will allow your older family member to appoint you or another trusted person to make decisions on his or her behalf such as health care decisions, paying bills and managing assets.
Contact our Power of Attorney Lawyers in London
Lewis Nedas Law has nearly 30 years of experience handling complex legal matters on behalf of clients spanning a range of demographics and estate sizes. For further information or to submit a query about your legal matter, please contact our powers of attorney solicitors in London online or call 0808 231 7039.