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Who decides when you can't?

Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) An LPA is a document that you sign to appoint Attorneys (often family members) to act for you should you, for any reason, become unable to manage your own financial affairs, or you were too ill to deal with your own health and welfare decisions. Whilst a Will ensures that your estate is distributed according to your wishes when you die, an LPA protects your assets and you by authorising Attorneys chosen by you to deal with your affairs on your behalf (should you become unable to manage them yourself) whilst you are alive. For example: • You suffer an accident and are confined to hospital or bed • You suffer a more serious accident which permanently incapacitat

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