lasting powers of attorney
Legally, if you lose mental capacity, your family will be powerless to look after you and your affairs
What happens to me without an LPA, John?
If you lose mental capacity and have NOT made an LPA, the only option for your relatives is to apply to the Court of Protection. This is a costly, time consuming and fairly unpleasant procedure.
So to prevent this from happening let me help you choose a LPA that will be perfect for your circumstances.
So John, why should I choose you to help me?
I know my stuff; I have over nine years’ experience studying and working within the legal sphere. I am privileged to be a trusted advisor for Age UK in Worcester and Malvern and run monthly free advice clinics. All of my fees are fixed and agreed in advance so there are no hidden fees or hourly rates to worry about.
Call John to arrange a free home visit anywhere in Worcestershire, Herefordshire, Warwickshire, Gloucestershire and Birmingham. Get free legal advice and discover more about lasting powers of attorney.