Join the millions who already have their Lasting Power of Attorney
Almost four million LPAs are already registered in England and Wales.
LPAs are legal deeds that can be used after they have been registered with the Government’s Office of the Public Guardian.
There are two types:
Making an LPA involves filling in the Government form, printing it and obtaining witnessed signatures from all concerned, and getting it registered with the Office of the Public Guardian
It can be rejected if you make mistakes.
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Please note that making an LPA usually needs real signatures from people in three or more households and takes about three months to register to make it legal, so you will need to take this into account while social distancing measures are in place.
A Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) is a legal document that gives:
There are two types of LPA. You can register one or both:
Property and Financial Affairs
You choose one or more people you trust who are allowed to make decisions about money and property for you, such as dealing with utilities or insurance, benefits claims, etc. You will still be able to manage your financial affairs yourself; you will still have control over which decisions you wish to deal with and which you want someone else to help you with.
Health and Welfare
A Health and Welfare Lasting Power of Attorney can only be activated if you are no longer able to make your own decisions and covers decisions such as: your daily routine, for example: what to wear, hair care, diet choices; medical care; moving into a care home; refusing life-sustaining treatment.