• Rachel Harding

Lasting Power of Attorney for Health & Welfare

Following on from last week’s blog posts about the Property & Finance Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA), this week I will be answering questions about the equally important Health & Welfare LPA.

The Health & Welfare LPA must be made when the donor (the person to whom the LPA relates) still has the required mental capacity to do so.

Here are the questions I will be addressing this week but if you have any other questions, please get in touch :

Monday : Why is it so important to have a Health & Welfare LPA in place if I lose mental capacity? Can’t my family just make the decisions for me?

Tuesday : What kind of decisions can be made under a Health & Welfare LPA?

Wednesday : Who should I appoint as my attorneys in my Health & Welfare LPA?

Thursday : What is a Certificate Provider, why do I need one and who should I ask to act in this role?

Friday : How do I put a Health & Welfare LPA in place and how long will the process take?

I hope you will find this week’s blog posts useful but if you have any other questions, please do not hesitate to contact me here.

0 views0 comments