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Appointing A Deputy (via the Court of Protection) In The Absence Of A Lasting Power of Attorney

In the absence of a valid Lasting Power of Attorney or Enduring Power of Attorney, no one has legal authority to make decisions on behalf of an incapacitated person about their property or welfare until a Deputy is appointed by … Continue reading

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The Real Life Practical Implications of Having a Lasting Power of Attorney in Place

Lasting Powers of Attorney are extremely important, but surprisingly many people do not have these in place. Lasting Powers of Attorney allow you to appoint someone to act as your Attorney to represent your best interests and to carry out your instructions, not only in property and financial matters but… Continue reading

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