Examples could include:
Our experience is that you should have both LPAs and not doing so can cause significant stress at a time when those closest to you really do not need additional layers of burden.
LPAs allow your trusted individuals to continue making decisions for you regarding your finances and health & welfare should you become incapable of doing so, thus ensuring that any issues that may arise are dealt with promptly and without the influence of a third party.
Our view is that we should all have LPAs and this view is based, sadly, on the onset of time and our increased awareness of ‘things happening’ to our loved ones which we had not anticipated.
If you do not have them, then you should, and we can help so please call us to assist you with this essential set of documents.