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If you are unable to manage your own affairs because of illness, then someone will need to manage them for you.
A Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) is a simple and effective way of ensuring that family, friends or a professional advisor can make key decisions on your behalf.
If you decide not to put in place an LPA then, in the event of your incapacity, an application may need to be made to the Court of Protection to appoint someone to act on your behalf, and this may not be who you would have picked if able to make the choice yourself.
LPAs can be put in place relating to your finances, or your health and welfare, or both. Once in place and registered, they will allow your Attorney to step in as soon as help is needed. Likewise, if you have an old-style Enduring Power of Attorney (EPA), you may need to make an application to register the power.
Anthony is the only Court of Protection panel Deputy in Bristol and one of a handful in the South and South West. He is supported by a dedicated team. Anthony, or one of this team, will always be available should you need to contact us.
The cost will vary depending on the application we need to make for you. We are happy to provide fixed fee quotes. The person who has lost capacity will be responsible for our fees which the Court will often assess to make sure they are fair and reasonable.