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Do you have to read this guide to make an LPA?

This guide gives you information about making and registering your lasting power of attorney (LPA). You don’t have to read it now. You can start filling in your LPA form and look at the guide if you need more information.

Can my wife sign my LPA?

your wife, husband, civil partner or partner a professional, such as a solicitor Attorneys must sign your LPA after you have signed section 9 and the certificate provider has signed section 10. They have to sign as soon as reasonably possible after the certificate provider – ideally on the same day.

Can an LPA make decisions for someone else?

See this page on acting as an attorney for more information about the power an LPA gives people to make decisions for someone else. There is a separate page showing examples of enduring powers of attorney, which LPAs replaced, and deputy orders, which also give decision-making powers.

When can Attorneys Act under an LPA?

When attorneys can act remains unchanged from the current paper-based system, and any decisions should be made in the donor’s best interests. The Use an LPA tool provides a snapshot of key information relating to an LPA.

Who is required to sign an LPA?

Everyone signing the LPA must read this information In sections 9 to 11, you, the certificate provider, all your attorneys and your replacement attorneys must sign this lasting power of attorney to form a legal agreement between you (a deed).

What is an LPA and why do I need one?

An LPA is a legal document that lets you (the ‘donor’) choose trusted people (‘attorneys’) to make financial decisions or health and care decisions on your behalf. An LPA is mainly used if you don’t have the mental capacity to understand and make decisions yourself.

How do I prove that my LPA is valid?

Your attorney (s) (or someone else) will then have to apply to the Court of Protection for the power to make decisions for you or for a declaration that the LPA can be treated as valid. This can be a long and costly process.

Can I apply to register an LPA on my own?

If there is more than one attorney, you can usually apply to register the LPA on your own. But all attorneys must apply together if either: the donor has stated on the LPA form that all attorneys must apply to register you are appointed ‘jointly’ or ‘together’ Check how the attorneys are appointed by looking at section 4 of the LPA form.

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