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Getting started with acquiring power of Attorney is effortless.

You’ll start by answering a few questions, providing your name and email and, if you like what you hear, instruct a professional company to write your Powers of Attorney.

Our panel writes hundreds of Power of Attornies every month, and the service costs far less than the services of a high street solicitor.

Get started now and relax, knowing that you and your family is completely protected, no matter what happens to you.

You’re under no obligation to do anything, either.

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In 2009, great-grandmother and dementia sufferer Betty Figg was taken from her daughter’s home and returned to a care home against her wishes and those of her family. Daughter Rosalind had been confronted at her doorstep by a group of social workers and police, because the local authority in this instance believed she didn't have the right to look after her mother in her own home.

This is why you need powers of Attorney in place for you and your family.

Your options:

1. Obviously you can choose to do nothing and many do.

But the government may decide what happens to your family’s wellbeing, it could be placed entirely in their hands. You may need to go to Court to access your spouses or family members' money.

2. Instead, you could hire a solicitor to prepare your Powers of Attorney, but this is time-consuming and very expensive.

3. Thankfully, there’s a different option, which will get a Powers of Attorney quickly and at a leading price.

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People Over 50 Are Rushing To Get This Vital Document. Find Out Why You Need a Power of Attorney

How Millions of Brits put their Health & Welfare and Property & Finance at risk by not having a Power of Attorney in place for themselves or their loved ones.

You've worked all your life to provide the best for your family. 

So, shouldn’t it be your right to decide what happens if you unfortunately lose the ability to make your own decisions through something like an accident or loss of mental capacity.

The answer, obviously, is yes

Unfortunately, as the years roll on, more and more people are being diagnosed with a condition like Dementia or Alzheimer’s disease.  

Dementia is a devastating condition with 1 in 12 of over 65s in the UK suffering with some form of the disease.

But the fact remains that many UK adults don’t have a power of attorney in place for themselves or their elderly parents. 


Last Updated 10th September 2020

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Reasons to have a POA

1. If you become unable to express your wishes, someone can step in

2. Your affairs will be managed by the person you choose

3. You can choose the right LPA for your circumstances.

4. An LPA is significantly cheaper than the alternative

5. It comes into effect as soon as it’s needed

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Here's a few examples of what could happen if you lose capacity without a Power of Attorney in place for you or a elderly family member:

  • Your bank accounts could be frozen and you may to go through a lengthy process through the Courts to regain control of your loved ones finances 

  • You may not be able to sell a property for a love one

  • You may not be able to make decisions on your health or a loved one’s health care needs – including end of life care.  

These are just three examples of how the government doesn't always consider your wishes once you’ve lost the ability to make your own decisions.

The rules are black and white, therefore even if you think your situation is relatively typical,  you still need a power of attorney in place..

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The risks of not having a Power of Attorney

Should you lose capacity without a Power of Attorney – you will not have a decision on what happens to your health care needs. 

The local council will decide on your health needs, including any care you may need. You or your family do not get to make those decisions. The local Council will then decide where you receive your care and will even assess you or your family for care home fees. This could have a huge impact on your estate and any monies left for your loved ones. This can be protected against.

When speaking with a Power of Attorney specialist – you will be able to speak about your health care wishes, as well what you can do to protect yourself or family members from paying care home fees.  

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