Easier LPA Forms


The Office of the Public Guardian has responded to criticisms of its overly-complex forms for creating a Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) by issuing new and simplified forms.
An LPA allows a person to give a friend, relative or trusted advisor the power to make decisions about your property or personal affairs if they become unable to do so for themselves – for example as a result of a brain injury or mental disorder.
If you wish to be confident that your affairs will be dealt with as you would like them to be, we would be pleased to advise you on the pros and cons of creating an LPA.

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