The challenges involved in making and using lasting powers of attorney
Lasting powers of attorney (LPAs) are a valuable part of estate planning for clients of all ages. There are two types of LPA, one for property and financial affairs and one for health and welfare. Under a property and finances LPA the attorney can help with, for example, day-to-day banking or help with bigger decisions like selling a property, and can be used whether or not the donor has mental capacity.
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