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Lasting Powers of Attorney (LPAs) are just as important as Wills.

Why? If you don’t have them and you become incapacitated, your loved ones would have to apply to the Court of Protection for the right to help you.

Becoming incapacitated isn’t just due to conditions like dementia. It could be due to an accident or illness, and it could be short-term or long-term.

Having Lasting Powers of Attorney in place provides peace of mind, avoids costly and time-consuming court proceedings, and guarantees your wishes will be respected.

Your “attorneys” are typically trusted family members that you choose to make health decisions on your behalf or manage your financial affairs.

Don’t wait until it’s too late.

Contact Bristol Wills & Estate Planning today to help your family take care of you.

Call 0117 440 1230 to book an appointment.

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