Category: Powers of Attorney

 

Business Lasting Power of Attorney

Overview

A Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) is the way to ensure that the people you trust will be able to take important decisions on your behalf if you become mentally or physically incapable of doing so for yourself. Lasting Powers of Attorney should not be seen in the context of "only individuals or the elderly" should have them. What will happen to the day to day running of your business if you became physically or mentally incapacitated?

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What is an LPA

Overview

A Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) is the way to ensure that the people you trust will be able to take important decisions on your behalf if you become mentally or physically incapable of doing so for yourself. While LPAs are most often used to deal with the affairs of the elderly, if they are prepared much earlier in life they will give the same protection in the event of incapacity as a result of illness or accident.

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Intestacy Rules Flowchart

Overview

There is a common misconception that if you die without making a Will, ‘it doesn’t matter because my spouse will get it anyway’.
Unfortunately this is not always the case. Many people also mistakenly believe that a long term partner will benefit even if there is not a Will. This is not the case. If you do not have a Will and you are not married, then your partner will not receive anything under the intestacy rules, whether it is a long term partner or not.

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