Powers of Attorney

Safeguard Your Decision-making Ability

There may come a time when managing your financial or personal well-being becomes impossible without the assistance of someone you trust, whether a family member or a close friend. A Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) is a crucial legal tool that empowers you to appoint one or several individuals to decide on your behalf should you become incapacitated. Without an LPA, no one is legally authorised to handle these decisions for you, which can lead to your family facing complex and costly legal procedures to step in.

Future Estate Planning excels in crafting Lasting Powers of Attorney, guiding you to make informed choices tailored to your situation. We ensure that all necessary legal paperwork is meticulously prepared with clear instructions so you can live in the moment, free from concern about the future.

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It's crucial to establish a Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) while you're still fully capable of making your own decisions, as it's impossible to set up an LPA once you're unable to do so. Acting promptly is key. If you're prepared to secure your future and ensure your wishes are respected, reach out to the team at Future Estate Planning today.

Whether you're an individual or a business owner, three distinct types of Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) are available to provide you with comprehensive protection. We often suggest a blend of LPAs to safeguard your decision-making capabilities from all perspectives fully. We offer guidance on establishing Lasting Powers of Attorney tailored to your circumstances.

Property & Financial Affairs LPA

A Property & Financial Affairs Lasting Power of Attorney enables a trusted individual to manage your financial matters—like handling your property, finances, and assets, as well as paying your bills—when you cannot do so. This LPA type helps prevent disputes over financial responsibilities within the family and offers flexibility in defining the extent of power given to your attorney.

Health & Welfare LPA

With a Health & Welfare Lasting Power of Attorney, you can designate someone to make critical decisions about your care and living arrangements in the event you're incapacitated, either mentally or physically. This LPA is activated only when you cannot make decisions yourself, allowing your chosen attorney to make choices about your living situation, medical treatments, and even life-sustaining measures on your behalf.

LPAs for Business Owners

Business owners need to plan for the continuity of their business should they become incapacitated. An LPA for business ensures that, in such situations, there's someone authorised to manage critical business operations, such as authorising payments, signing checks, and managing.

Why Choose Future Estate Planning?

At Future Estate Planning, our dedicated team is committed to assisting you in creating a Lasting Power of Attorney tailored to your unique circumstances. Understanding the complexities of selecting the right attorney and determining the most suitable type of LPA can be overwhelming, so we aim to simplify the process for you.

We guide you through every step, ensuring the correct registration of your documents and focusing on making the experience as seamless and straightforward for you as possible. Our approach minimises legal jargon, concentrating instead on understanding your needs and how we can best meet them.

Our services are offered at a competitive fixed rate, providing clarity on costs upfront to help you plan your finances effectively. Additionally, we offer discounts for creating multiple Lasting Powers of Attorney or if you set up an LPA concurrently with writing your will with us.