Digital Lasting Powers of Attorney A Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) allows you to appoint one or more people to make decisions on your behalf during your lifetime. You can complete your own using the official government website, in turn enabling you to use it as a digital Lasting Power of Attorney. While in theory, your … [Read more...] about Are Lasting Powers of Attorney worth the paper they’re not written on?
Make a lasting legacy by leaving a gift in your Will. Your pledge means Cancer Research UK can make even greater leaps forward to their life saving research to help to beat cancer for future generations. A gift can be left by writing a Will or amending an existing one. The Free Will Service is governed by Terms and … [Read more...] about Cancer Research Free Will Service
A new way to share care of children following separation? By Sammi Lindop 24th August 2021 What is bird nesting? Bird nesting is a new trend that seems to becoming more and more popular between separated parents. This is a simple idea. After divorce or separation the children remain living in the family home whilst … [Read more...] about “Bird Nesting”
The Office of the Public Guardian (OPG) has announced that it has launched a scheme to refund part of the application fee for Powers of Attorney registered between 1 April 2013 and 31 March 2017. A review by the Ministry of Justice, who set the fees, found that due to new efficiencies the running costs of the OPG have reduced. … [Read more...] about The Office of the Public Guardian launches scheme to refund fees for Powers of Attorney
If you know anything about Lasting Powers of Attorney, you probably think they are something you might need when you’re older and close to losing the ability to make your own decisions. Our advice is that you should think about signing Lasting Powers of Attorney now, whatever your age. Here are some reasons not to put it … [Read more...] about Lasting Powers of Attorney are not just for old people – Price freeze until 31st August 2017