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Lasting Powers of Attorney (LPAs) are legal documents that allow people you trust to act on your behalf when you're no longer able to do so. They are an important part of in-life Estate Planning.
You (the "donor") appoint people you trust ("attorneys") to help manage your bank accounts, pay your bills, make medical decisions and agree care arrangements for you.
It is much easier to organise this whilst you still have the mental capacity required to grant this power, and it avoids lengthy and costly court applications.
WHY MIGHT YOU NEED AN LPA
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