Lasting Powers of Attorney

The need for specialist advice:

With dementia and related illness on the increase, more and more people are taking steps to ensure appropriate decisions are made on their behalf if they become incapacitated.

A Property and Affairs Lasting Power of Attorney can be used to appoint someone to manage your affairs. This means your investments, property, bills and other financial matters will be handled properly and in your best interests. However, specialist legal advice is vital to make sure the arrangements are watertight.

Let our experience make yours that much easier:

The time to put a Lasting Power of Attorney in place is now – while you are still capable and  have the comfort of knowing your affairs are in order if you lose your capacity. Our highly experienced specialist lawyers can advise on every aspect of this technically exacting area of law.

We can also advise on and prepare a Personal Welfare Lasting Power of Attorney. This document enables someone to make decisions for you regarding your healthcare and where you should live if you become incapable of making these decisions for yourself.

Need expert advice? Let us help:

To discuss any aspect of this area of law please contact;

  • Martin Heyes and Tony Wilde at our Accrington Office on 01254 236221
  • Holly Gethin at our Bury Office on 0161 761 4611
  • Helen Law at our Great Harwood Office on 01254 884253
  • Helen Law at our Blackburn Office on 01254 272640
  • Stephen Parr at our Haslingden Office on 01706 213356