Appointing a Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) on your behalf is a great way of ensuring that if you are not capable of making decisions independently, you can leave them in the hands of someone you trust. After all, losing the capacity to do so is already distressing enough, so surely you would want this responsibility to fall to a person close to you, right?
If you are considering appointing an LPA in the near future, preparing to take care of your family for if the time comes, then let the team of friendly professionals at St Helens Law help.
We have been helping people to achieve the peace of mind they deserve, by setting up an LPA, since we began as a company – so it is fair to say that we are well placed in this field. We know all the ins and outs regarding the benefits of a Lasting Power of Attorney and how to set one up effectively, with the best news yet to come.
You can now register for this service for less than ever before, as a reduction in Power of Attorney fees has been announced! More on this later…
What is a Lasting Power of Attorney?
A Lasting Power of Attorney is a process that enables you to select people that may act on your behalf and make decisions for you if you are unable to do so yourself. Sure, this outcome may seem like a small possibility now, but there are plenty of occasions when a person has suffered a life-changing injury and have not been protected by an LPA. This outcome could also occur due to an illness or accident, which subsequently prevents you from looking after your own affairs.
If the worst does happen and you are no longer capable of making your own decisions, your loved ones will already have enough to deal with at this stressful time. Surely you don’t want them to be dealing with additional stress about how to pay bills, as well as dealing with companies who will not talk to them due to data protection? To prevent all these added complications, a smaller registration fee means an LPA can be set up with reduced Lasting Power of Attorney fees, giving you more reason to make now the time you protect your loved ones for good.
A Lasting Power of Attorney can be made at any time, then registered and stored safely until a point when it may be needed. Hopefully, this is never the case, but preparing for the worst will put your mind at rest.
At St Helens Law, we have prepared Lasting Powers of Attorney for many clients over the years, and we ensure that your documents are compliant with all the legal regulations and can be registered without a hitch, making our Power of Attorney fees one of the best value for money options around. If someone is already suffering from an illness or lacks mental capacity, we can meet with them and even speak to their doctor so that the opportunity to make one does not pass you by.
How much are St Helens Law’s Lasting Power of Attorney fees?
There is no better time to make a Lasting Power of Attorney with St Helens Law. How do we know this? Because the registration fee for an LPA has been reduced from £110 to £82, meaning it is now easier and more affordable than ever to benefit from this source of protection later in life. By contacting one of our experts today, we are able to discuss your case in detail and outline an affordable and reasonable cost.
Make an LPA today!
Interested in low-cost Power of Attorney fees? If so, be sure to get in touch with one of our friendly team and we will gladly discuss more information with you. We can give you all the assistance you need so you can be sure that appointing an LPA is right for you. If you would like to make an appointment with one of our experts and receive a FREE no-obligation consultation, please give us a call on 01744 742360 and we will gladly talk over more information with you. You can also email us at email@example.com or fill out our online enquiry form.