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What are Lasting Powers of Attorney?

Putting in place Lasting Powers of Attorney in case you lose mental capacity in the future can play a crucial part in your planning

04/09/2017

Richard McDermott

Senior Associate

Farrer & Co LLP

No one likes to consider the prospect of declining mental capacity but, for peace of mind and security, an LPA should be at the top of everyone’s agenda.

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This article is for information purposes only. Readers should seek professional advice for their individual circumstances.

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Richard McDermott

Senior Associate

Farrer & Co LLP

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