How the Lasting Powers of Attorney can help someone with dementia28/09/2022
If your loved one is diagnosed with dementia, here's why they should put an LPA in place. Our legal director Zoe Fleming explains more in her blog post.Wills and Probate
All you need to know about the Court of Protection12/09/2022
If a loved one does not have an LPA in place and now lacks the mental capacity to act for themselves, you may need to make an application to the Court of Protection to get permission to act on their behalf. Solicitor Anna Kerr explains more.Wills and Probate
Why we recommend an LPA (Lasting Powers of Attorney)03/08/2022
The Lasting Powers of Attorney (LPA) is a legal document that allows a trusted person to make decisions for someone, should they lose capacity to do so. Find out more about why we recommend one and how you can make one here.Wills and Probate
Why you should consider a Lasting Power of Attorney20/05/2021
Marsden Rawsthorn is calling on families to create a Lasting Power of Attorney this Dementia Action Week. The Alzheimer's Society's awareness event, which runs until May 23, aims to get support to nearly one million people in the UK with dementia and their families.
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