Expert Legal Advice on Lasting Power of Attorney

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Our firm has years of experience in Lasting Power of Attorney matters in the city of Liverpool and across Merseyside.

We offer a no obligation quotation, competitive fixed fees and home visits.

Your lasting power of attorney will be handled from start to finish by Louise Nelson, a solicitor with 39 years experience of helping families in Liverpool with elderly relatives.

Our solicitors are very experienced having worked at the firm for an average of 18 years.

Customer service is very important to us. John Bartlett has been managing the firm for over 50 years and takes customer satisfaction and the very rare complaints we have extremely seriously.

  • Power Of Attorney Solicitors In Liverpool
  • Do I Need To See A Solicitor For My Lasting Power Of Attorney?
  • Appointing Attorneys Jointly Or Jointly And Severally?
  • Appointing A Replacement Attorney
  • What Control Can I Exercise Over My Attorney?
  • Who Can Act As My Power Of Attorney Certificate Provider?
  • How Long Will The Process Take?
A lasting power of attorney is a legal document that lets you (the 'donor') appoint people (known as 'attorneys') to make decisions on your behalf. Power of Attorney can relate to your Property and Financial Affairs or Health and Welfare.
Yes, as this is such an important legal document you should see a solicitor to discuss your Power of Attorney. This is because it is crucial for us to understand what your wishes are. To achieve this it is always better to have a face to face meeting. This can be at your residence or at our offices.
We need to see you to go over many important issues such as who you would like to appoint as your Attorney. If there are to be joint Attorneys you will need to think about whether you wish to appoint them jointly so that they would both have to sign all documents and make decisions together or jointly and severally so that either of them could do this.
You can appoint a replacement Attorney to act in case in the future your Attorney is no longer able to act on your behalf.
You will also need to decide if you wish to impose any restrictions and conditions on your Attorneys or if you wish to give them any guidance about matters and if they can charge for their services.
Your Doctor or other professional person or someone who has known you for at least the last 2 years can act as your Certificate Provider. The Lasting Power of Attorney will then have to be signed by your Certificate Provider who confirms that he or she believes that you understand the purpose of the Lasting Power of Attorney and that no fraud or under pressure has been used to persuade you to sign the form and that there is nothing else which would prevent the Lasting Power of Attorney being created.
Once the Lasting Power of Attorney has been signed by yourself, the Certificate Provider, and the Attorneys we will then make the application for registration for the Lasting Powers of Attorney. The registration process will take at least 2 months.

Your Solicitors will be able to deal with all these formalities on your behalf and progress matters as quickly as possible.

Send Louise Nelson An Enquiry:

Lasting Power Of Attorney Solicitor Liverpool City Centre
Louise Nelson is a solicitor with 39 years experience in Power of Attorney matters. She will be happy to offer you a no obligation quotation.

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