LASTING Power Of Attorney
SIGN THE LASTING POWER OF ATTORNEY WHEN HEALTHY
It is no secret that mental decline occurs as we age
As we age, there will likely come a time when others have to step in to make decisions on our behalf.
It is heart-breaking when we see a loved one (e.g. an elderly parent) no longer able to take care of themselves and losing their mental ability to make decisions.
It can be tragic when you may find yourself trying to act in the interests of your parents who have suffered a stroke and are no longer able to communicate or parents develop dementia, senility, Alzheimer's disease and cannot take care of themselves or a parent falls and is unconscious.
Someone still has to pay the bills when parents can no longer make decisions and take care of themselves. The Lasting Power of Attorney should be signed before a person loses Mental Capacity.
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ACCIDENTS AND NASTY EVENTS
If you are in an accident or undergo surgery that leaves you unable to make important decisions, your loved ones will not to be able to act in your best interests.
The Lasting Power of Attorney should be prepared before a person becomes too sick to make decision for themselves.
HOW WE CAN HELP YOU
The law protects your rights should you lose your mental capacity.
The law enables you to protect yourself by entrusting your personal welfare (e.g. your health care needs) and your property and personal affairs (e.g. your property, assets, business, and financial matters) to another person(s) to look after your interests.
A Lasting Power of Attorney is a legal document which allows a person (called the 'Donor') to appoint another person(s) (called the 'Donee') to act and make decisions for the Donor if the Donor loses his mental capacity one day.
PLANNING AHEAD HELPS YOU & HELPS YOUR LOVED ONES
Because no one really knows the exact date and time a person will lose their mental capacity, this is an essential Legal Document that must be done well in advance (while you are still mentally capable to do so).
WHAT HAPPENS IF I DON‘T MAKE A LASTING POWER OF ATTORNEY?
Planning ahead is clever and helps you and your loved ones.
A Lasting Power of Attorney takes effect when a person loses mental capacity.
But if you do not make a Lasting Power of Attorney and sadly lose your mental capacity to make certain decisions, another person will have to apply to Court to obtain the Judge‘s permission to issue the Court Order. The Court process takes time and can be very expensive.
Taking action now makes a difference.
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It can be confusing to understand what a Lasting Power of Attorney is all about.
We will explain how you can protect your interests and take away the stress of preparing this Legal Document. i.e Lasting Power of Attorney.
The Lasting Power of Attorney is not just a form, it is a Legal Document.
Legal Documents are prepared by our experienced Lawyers, who will explain the documents at the time of signing.
We will also handle the registration of the Lasting Power of Attorney to ensure your Legal Documentis valid.
To prepare your Lasting P.O.A., please contact us :
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