Lasting Power of Attorney Solicitors Hyde

Personal Service, Home Visit, Lasting Power of Attorney. Affordable Fixed Fee Service. Free Home Visit in Hyde. Health & Welfare LPAs, Property & Financial LPAs, Home visit LPAs, Single LPA £250, Both LPAs £370 (plus disbursement fees)

We are experts in dealing with Powers of Attorney and offer no nonsense, jargon free advice in Hyde, Broadbottom, Gee Cross, Hollingworth and Mottram in Longdendale. All our Power of Attorney work is done for a fixed fee



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Make Your Lasting Power of Attorney Before It's Too Late

There may come a time in your life when you consider how your capacity to make certain judgments is affecting you or may be affecting you in the future. As a result, you may have heard of the option of appointing an attorney, but what exactly is a “power of attorney”?

A Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) is a legal document that someone (the Donor) signs providing someone they trust (the Attorney) the authority to make decisions on the Donor’s behalf in the future if he or she loses mental ability or no longer wishes to do so.

The Donor must be at least 18 years old and capable of making an LPA. Any identified individual with mental ability who is 18 or older can act as an Attorney if all of the necessary information is appropriately stated on the LPA Form.

When you’re unable or unwilling to make decisions on your own, a power of attorney comes in handy. Your family members don’t have the legal authority to act on your behalf without your permission, so you’ll need to nominate someone using a formal power of attorney instrument.

Contact us now on 0800 368 9770 to start your application. We’re waiting for your call.

There are 2 Types of Lasting Powers of Attorney, One deals with your finances and one deals with your health


Why Do You Need A Lasting Power of Attorney in Place

Anyone can create an LPA, and we recommend that you do so in addition to making a Will. Although most people imagine using LPA to manage the affairs of an older family suffering from dementia, disorders that impair your ability to make decisions about your health, welfare, or finances can affect anyone at any age. Some conditions that may necessitate the use of an LPA include:




Accidental brain damage

Impaired by drugs or alcohol



The illness that requires you to set up an LPA could be short-term, such as an injury that requires a hospital stay, or long-term, such as an ongoing mental health issue or a stroke.

If the worst happens, having Power of Attorney in place ensures your chosen attorney won’t have to go to court to manage your affairs while simultaneously dealing with the broader implications of your position.

Three simple steps to making your Lasting Power Of Attorney

1. We visit you at home

Contact us to arrange a visit to discuss your wishes and options

2. You Appoint Your Attorneys

Our legal experts completes your application before submission

3. Sign and register

We submit your application to the Office of the Public Guardian for registration

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