What happens if you are unable to make decisions about your care, finances and health?
It can be a scary thing to think about, but by planning now, you will benefit from increased confidence and the knowledge that those issues are in trusted hands, should the time come.
That’s where Lifetime Power of Attorney (LPA) comes in.
LPA gives the people or person named, the power, to make decisions on your behalf, in situations where you are unable to make them yourself. This could be due to mental or physical incapacity.
Setting up ...