Create a Power Of Attorney (England & Wales)
Why do you need a Power of Attorney? What if you were in a coma,
or otherwise incapacitated such that you were unable to communicate? Or
struck with a disease or other tragedy which affected your mind? Who
should control your finances, or your assets? A
Power of Attorney ensures that your wishes in
these and other unexpected circumstances are heard, understood, and carried out
to your specifications.
Services such as MyFuneral™ and
MyMessages™ do not create legal documents and
make no assumptions about your country of residence.
We have worked extensively to ensure that the legal
documents created by the MyWill™,
and MyLivingWill™ services are up to date
with the laws in England and Wales in the United Kingdom.
In the U.K., you can identify a person to take care of your financial and business
affairs and make healthcare decisions on your behalf by setting up a "Lasting Power
of Attorney" (LPA).
There are specific government forms which must be used to set
up an LPA. For a property and affairs LPA the form is "LPA PA".
For a personal welfare LPA the form is "LPA PW".
These forms, the notes and guidance which accompany them and all forms necessary
for registering an LPA are available from the Office of the Public Guardian (OPG).
They can be downloaded from the website:
or you can request copies by phoning 0845 330 2900.
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