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A lasting power of attorney (LPA) gives someone else the power to make certain decisions on your behalf, typically if you are no longer able to do so.
There are two types of LPA: Financial and Health and Welfare.
Drawing up a lasting power of attorney gives you the opportunity to decide who you would like to do this for you and include any particular wishes or restrictions that you may have.
Direct line to the person involved eased the process. Dealing with any monies were quickly administered. - Ean Quirk
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