The Post July/August 2022, summer issue recap, LPAs

Don’t leave it too late!

We have talked before about what a lasting power of attorney (LPA) is but, in a nutshell, it is a legal document that lets a person, known as the donor, appoint one or more people, known as attorneys, to help them make decisions on their behalf. You can have an LPA for property and financial affairs which means the attorney(s) can help you make decisions about your property, investments, pensions, bank accounts, tax, bills, etc