Here's Why Our Easy Lasting Power of Attorney Service Is So Popular

And if you want to discover more then contact us now for a friendly and free no-obligation chat

No long forms for you to fill in

No one likes filling in forms! And we’re pretty sure you’re not the exception. So, our solicitors will complete up to 5 forms for you so you won’t have to.

No guidance notes to confuse you

How many times have you heard someone say “Read the instructions”? With LPAs there are 63 pages of instructions that you definitely won’t have to read.

All done from the comfort of your home

Attending a solicitor’s office can be both intimidating and inconvenient. However, our solicitors can advise you and take care of your needs all by phone.

Your LPA drafted by specialist solicitors

Unlike others, you can ask as many questions as you wish - until you are absolutely satisfied. An LPA is often a once in a lifetime and that’s why we make sure you get specialist help that cares.

We send the papers to your attorney(s)

You may choose one or more to act as your attorney(s) and handle your affairs. To save you time and convenience we’ll make sure they sign all the correct paperwork.

Help you avoid costly registration errors

There’s a £130 fee for submitting your application to register your LPA, correctly or incorrectly! With our experienced help you’ll avoid mistakes and only pay the fee once.

Why you need a Lasting Power of Attorney now!

And why you can't afford to put it off any longer

Avoid frustration, expense or delay later

If you lose your mental capacity sometime in the future – for whatever reason – if you haven’t completed a Lasting Power of Attorney, other family members or your carers may need to apply to the Court of Protection in order to be able to make any decision on your behalf. This can be very costly and time consuming - as well as frustrating and stressful for your relatives, friends or carers.

Peace of mind for you and your family

If you live in England or Wales a properly registered Lasting Power of Attorney lets the people you choose make decisions on your behalf. However, there are two different types of LPAs which are:

Property and Financial Affairs LPA through which you can give someone the power to make decisions on some or all of these areas of your life:

  • Buying and selling your property
  • Opening, closing, and operating bank/building society accounts
  • Claiming, receiving and using your benefits, pensions, and allowances

Health and Welfare LPA (allowing decisions on treatment, care, medication, where you live etc.).

Please note that we do not provide a service for Health and Welfare LPAs. We can only help you with your Property and Financial Affairs LPA.

You choose who will manage your affairs (your attorney)

The person you appoint to make decisions on your behalf is called an attorney. You can choose a friend, relative or a professional person, for example a solicitor. You can appoint more than one person if you want to and, if you do, you can decide how they will work together.

As it is a requirement that each of your attorneys sign the paperwork we will contact them on your behalf to arrange for this to be done quickly and correctly.

Let us draw one up for you now so that someone you have chosen can immediately manage your affairs for you.

The easy process to getting your Lasting Power of Attorney


After you have decided to make your Lasting Power of Attorney we will agree a suitable time and date for when the specialist solicitor should call you.

During the friendly call the solicitor will explain things as much as you require, chat with you about your needs and wishes and then answer any questions you may have.


Within a few days you will receive from the solicitor your completed Lasting Power of Attorney form.

The form will contain your personal details, names of your chosen attorney(s), any restrictions chosen by you on what they can or cannot do - and details of who you also wish to be informed about your Lasting Power of Attorney.


You must then sign, date and have witnessed your Lasting Power of Attorney form


Then you must seek someone else to sign to confirm that they believe you understand the significance of your Lasting Power of Attorney.

This could be a professional or someone who has known you for more than 2 years. They must be over 18 and must not be your attorney, family member or business partner.

Contact us now for a free and no-obligation chat

Learn how we can help you get your affairs in order now rather than leaving everything to chance -
or, even worse, the courts to decide!

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