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Fully Advised LPAs from £325

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Create A Lasting Power of Attorney and Protect You and Your Family Today

Lasting Powers of Attorney are a flexible way to protect your assets, and loved ones, from the problems that can arise from losing capacity.  Appoint one or more people to make decisions that are in your best interests during your lifetime.

We are dedicated to providing you with the best legal service.

LPAs are an important part of planning for your future.  Everyone over the age of 18 should have one.

Talk to our friendly, approachable team today.

"I am very pleased with the service you have provided me. I'm relieved to have got this sorted at last."
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"Excellent service. I've been pushing my friends and relatives to do the same!"
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Why is it important to have an LPA?

To make it easier for your loved ones to look after you.

To enable access to your assets if you become serious ill or pass away.

To enable the sale of your properties.

To enable decisions to be made about the medical treatment you receive.

To enable access to your pensions and benefits.

Why Choose Us?

We're Experts

We are dedicated to providing you with the best legal advice.

We are Qualified Lawyers

All our LPAs are written and approved by qualified solicitors.

It's Easy & Quick

Our  process is clear, simple and fast. 

We Offer Fixed Fee Pricing

There are no hidden costs.  Everything is clear from the outset.

Specialist Advice for Couples

We’ll help you decide on the best arrangements for your situation.

Home Visits Available

For a comprehensive face-to-face discussion in the comfort of your own home.

Fixed Fee Will Writing

Professional Will Writing Service from £75.

5 Offices in Greater Manchester

With five office across Greater Manchester, we are never far away when you need us.

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We’re open from 9am to 5.15pm Monday to Friday.

We are closed on bank holidays.

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Our will writing service is authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a Lasting Power of Attorney?

A lasting power of attorney also called an LPA, is a legal document that allows you to appoint one or more people (no more than four) to make decisions that are in your best interests during your lifetime if you were to lose the capacity to make decisions for yourself. A lasting power of attorney is a separate legal document from a Will, although you can put them in place at the same time.

Are there different types of LPA?

There are two types of lasting power of attorney:

Property and Finances – The person(s) appointed as your lasting power of attorney will have the authority to manage bank accounts, deal with finances including pensions, paying bills and buying/selling property.

Health and Welfare – The person(s) appointed as an LPA can decide; medical treatment, accommodation, giving and refusing consent to life-sustaining treatments.

Why should I consider a Lasting Power of Attorney?

Certain situations can be difficult, if not impossible, to resolve without one.  If there is an accident or sudden illness, a power of attorney is the only method available to enable your loved ones to make decisions on your behalf.

Once you have a lasting power of attorney in place, it will give you peace of mind that you have someone you trust who will take care of your assets.

You can instruct your LPA to take your wishes and preferences into account. Your LPA should be trusted to reflect your wishes so that the things that are most important to you are taken care of.

Lasting Powers of Attorney are a flexible way to protect your assets, and loved ones, from the problems that can arise from losing capacity.

What other services can we help you with?

Whether you are thinking about the future or wish to protect your assets from the impact of care home fees, our team of understanding solicitors are here to help.

Our wills and probate solicitors can assist you with:

  • Contentious probate
  • Court of protection
  • Inheritance disputes
  • Planning and advice for care fees
  • Trusts
  • Wills

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