The August edition of Legal Eagles on Mansfield 103.2 hears Roger Pratt, Wills and Probate Partner, discuss Lasting Power of Attorney, Court of Protection and Deputyship.
Roger and Tony Delahunty discuss:
- Why it’s important to plan for the future and get a Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) in place
- How an LPA ensures someone (a family member, friend or representative) can act on your behalf should you lose the ability to do so
- The issues that can arise if you lose capacity and do not have an LPA in place, including applying to the Court of Protection for a deputyship
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