LASTINGPOWERS OFATTORNEYby Raymond Green, Solicitor and Notary PublicATHENALAVAs we get older or become infirm, we may have to rely more on close family and friends forhelp. A Lasting Power of Attorney can be an important tool, by giving a trusted friend orrelative authority to make decisions or carry out tasks which the Donor (the person giving thePower) might not be able to perform. A lasting Power of Attorney can be used in the future,even if the Donor loses the capacity to make decisions.There are two types of Lasting Powers of Attorney. You can have one in relation to yourProperty and Financial Affairs and one in respect of your Health and Welfare (e.g. makingwelfare or medical decisions)Your Attorney must help you make your own decisions, except where it is established that youcan't, and must always act in your best interests. You can appoint more than one Attorney.A Lasting Power of Attorney can't be made by a person who has lost mental capacity, so it isadvisable to consider making one as part of your future personal planning. If you lose mentalcapacity and a Lasting Power of Attorney is not in place, then the only way a person can belegally appointed to manage your affairs, would be through a Deputy appointed by the Courtof ProtectionFor free advice on how a Lasting Power of Attorney might benefit you,or in connection with making a will, contact Raymond Green on:Email: raymond.green@athlaw.co.ukT: 01772 281 695M: 07740 617900IF YOU AREUNABLE TOTRAVEL, A HOMEVISIT CAN BEARRANGEDW: www.athlaw.co.uk12 Station Road, Kirkham, Preston, PR4 2AS

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LASTING POWERS OF ATTORNEY by Raymond Green, Solicitor and Notary Public ATHENA LAV As we get older or become infirm, we may have to rely more on close family and friends for help. A Lasting Power of Attorney can be an important tool, by giving a trusted friend or relative authority to make decisions or carry out tasks which the Donor (the person giving the Power) might not be able to perform. A lasting Power of Attorney can be used in the future, even if the Donor loses the capacity to make decisions. There are two types of Lasting Powers of Attorney. You can have one in relation to your Property and Financial Affairs and one in respect of your Health and Welfare (e.g. making welfare or medical decisions) Your Attorney must help you make your own decisions, except where it is established that you can't, and must always act in your best interests. You can appoint more than one Attorney. A Lasting Power of Attorney can't be made by a person who has lost mental capacity, so it is advisable to consider making one as part of your future personal planning. If you lose mental capacity and a Lasting Power of Attorney is not in place, then the only way a person can be legally appointed to manage your affairs, would be through a Deputy appointed by the Court of Protection For free advice on how a Lasting Power of Attorney might benefit you, or in connection with making a will, contact Raymond Green on: Email: raymond.green@athlaw.co.uk T: 01772 281 695 M: 07740 617900 IF YOU ARE UNABLE TO TRAVEL, A HOME VISIT CAN BE ARRANGED W: www.athlaw.co.uk 12 Station Road, Kirkham, Preston, PR4 2AS

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