Where a Will makes provision for your finances after you are gone, a Power of Attorney (POA) allows you to appoint someone to step into your shoes and make decisions on your behalf, if you are unable to in future. These powers can stay in place even if you lose your ability to make decisions yourself, allowing your attorneys to ensure that everything continues to run smoothly for you, whatever happens.

Firstly, if you haven’t yet thought about putting these powers in place, we’d recommend having a think about them now. However, if you already have a Power of Attorney in place, or are acting as an attorney already, our specialist solicitors can help guide you through, administer or make changes to the documents.

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What we can help with

  • Preparing and registering Lasting Powers of Attorney
  • Advising on attorneys’ powers and duties
  • Administering Enduring or Lasting Powers of Attorney
  • Registering Enduring Powers of Attorney
  • Cancelling or amending both Lasting and Enduring Powers of Attorney

How our team can help with your Power of Attorney

There are two types of Lasting Powers of Attorney, and if you haven't already you might decide to put both of these in place:

  • Property and finance
  • Health and welfare

If you already have one, or both of these in place, our team of LPA solicitors and legal experts can help your attorney to manage your affairs in the future and can advise you on your LPA to make sure that it is run in the way that you’re happy with. With our years of experience, our LPA solicitors will be there to guide you through and help you to get the result that you want. Some options might sound simple but can be difficult to adminsiter, while other options may be useful for you to consider and include at a later date.

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Meet the team

Partner and Solicitor
GrĂ¡inne Staunton
Sasha Brennan
Associate and Chartered Legal Executive
Sue Halfyard
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Let us help you

As a firm we have over 200 years’ experience with Later Life Planning, putting in place Powers of Attorney as well as administering and making changes to them. We have a specialist POA team that can help guide you through the process of administering and changing your Powers of Attorney, thinking about your current options as well as your long-term goals.

Our LPA team has both breadth and depth in their range of experience, and can offer you practical advice to meet your goals. Contact our dedicated team today so they can help guide you through the process.

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