Protecting your decisions

It can be reassuring to know that, if you are unable to make a decision for yourself in the future, a person you choose will be able to make these decisions for you.

A Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) is a legal tool that gives another adult the legal authority to make certain decisions for you, if you become unable to make them yourself. The person who is given this authority is known as an ‘attorney’. They can manage your finances, or make decisions relating to your health and welfare.

There are two different types of LPA. One of them covers decisions about your property and finances, and the other covers decisions about your health and welfare. You can choose to make both types, or just one.

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Kate Kendall
Kate KendallChartered Legal Executive
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