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Everything you need to know about Power of Attorney
What is a Lasting Power of Attorney?
A lasting power of attorney or LPA is a 20 page legal document that enables you to select one or more people to manage your affairs when you are unable to. These individuals are called attorneys and are often chosen from trusted friends, family or colleagues.
Health and Welfare LPA
A Health & Welfare Lasting Power of Attorney can be used to give your chosen attorneys the power to make decisions about your healthcare, accommodation and day-to-day life.
Property and Finance LPA
A Property & Finance Lasting Power of Attorney can be used to give your chosen attorneys the power to make decisions about your properties, financial assets and expenses within England and Wales.
Everything you need to know about Wills
Wills are legal documents that are used to decide what happens to your estate (properties, money, valuables and possessions) as well as your loved ones after you pass away.
A will for a single individual is referred to as a single will and is suitable for those who want their own personal wishes followed.
Mirror Wills, sometimes called joint wills are a popular choice for married and unmarried couples that share common wishes for how their wills are written
Mirror Wills are two individual legal documents that are identical in structure, with the exception of the partner’s name and any personal wishes for funerals.
Trust Wills are a type of will that can be created to protect assets for your loved ones to access. As with all wills, it is important to consider the importance of what you want to be preserved.
When preparing a will, you must choose people that you wish to leave your estate to, called beneficiaries.
Everything you need to know about Trust Wills
A Property Protection Trust Will (PPTW) is commonly used by couples that allows you to preserve your property assets for your loved ones to access after you die.
What’s a Discretionary Trust Will?
A Discretionary Trust is part of a Will that allows you to preserve property and financial assets from your estate within a trust to be managed by someone you trust.
Everything you need to know about Trusts
What’s a Property Protection Probate Trust?
A Property Protection Probate Trust (PPPT) is a type of Trust that can protect your property against outside interference.