Martin Lewis from MoneySavingExpert.com says: "You can only set up a Lasting Power of Attorney when you have mental capacity. Once you've lost capacity, it's too late!"

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Discover All You Need To Know About What A Lasting  Power Of Attorney Is And Why You Need One Before It's Too Late!

Here's What You'll Learn In This free Lasting Power Of Attorney 10 Min Video Guide: 

What is an LPA and why you might need one

In this video we go over the basics of lasting powers of attorney and explain the two types and how they differ

How to choose the right attorney(s) to help you

Whether you're looking for help now or for someone to make decisions when you can't you must appoint attorney(s)

The different ways attorneys can act together

You have a choice on how your attorneys can act together and we explain the differences and pitfalls

How to include instructions & preferences

We explain how to include these in your LPA, what cannot be included and what most people do in their LPA

Choosing Your Own Certificate Provider

Is a certificate provider really necessary? Who can and cannot be yours - and how to opt out of this

Who should decide on life sustaining treatment

Who you would want to make medical decisions for you should you ever be unable to let others know your wishes
Who Is This
Free Lasting Power Of Attorney
10 Minute Video Guide For?
It's not always easy to admit that you or someone you care about is getting old or that your health is beginning to deteriorate.
However, it is important to put arrangements in place now so that when the time comes the person chosen by you (and not some stranger from social services) can arrange the right healthcare and financial support necessary for your needs - and, just as importantly, according to your wishes. 
One person in the UK develops dementia every three minutes. Yet their relatives can't just take over their bank account, even if it is to provide for their care. Unless you've a Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA), your family will need to apply to the courts, which can be costly and take many months.
Of course, making a Lasting Power of Attorney is one thing. But what happens afterwards?
Often it leads to stress, worry and uncertainty for you and your attorney(s). And that's why we have developed a unique and complete solution that we know you will absolutely love - and for no extra cost.
Just like in the Marks and Sparks TV ads:
This is not just an LPA...
This is Will Drafters' LPA Plus
Here's What's Included In Will Drafters' LPA Plus:
  • ​LPA - Property & Finance: Legal document drafted by a solicitor to give someone chosen by you the power to help manage your finances and make decisions on your behalf
  • ​LPA - Health & Welfare: Solicitor drafted document so that the person or people of your choice can make health and welfare decisions on your behalf when you can no longer communicate your wishes.
  • Our Solicitor Will Act As Your Certificate Provider: Helps you avoid the hassle of finding someone such as your doctor or other professional to act - saving you time and/or money
  • ​Two 'Solicitor Certified' Copies Of Each Of Your LPAs: Helps you avoid the inconvenience, stress and extra cost of losing the original and with 2 copies makes dealing with the various bodies much speedier
  • ​​Telephone Helpline For New Attorneys: Includes help and advice for your attorneys on all the do's and don'ts of acting for you
  • Getting Started As An Attorney Video Guide: Essential short videos, links and PDF's to help your attorneys get started - with better understanding that will help them avoid making mistakes
  • Bonus 1: Single or Joint Standard Will - for you or someone you know: Having a Will means that what you own goes to those you care most about and not to those chosen by the government
  • ​Bonus 2: Guide To Making An Advance Decision ('Living Will'): Essential short explainer videos with interviews and a link to a form for easy, self-completion
​Mind.org.uk say:
"You can use a lasting power of attorney to plan for when you no longer have capacity to make your own decisions, and to make sure that these decisions are handled by someone you trust"
And this is where you’ll find it 👇

A Little Bit About Us.
Who Is Will Drafters Ltd
Will Drafters Ltd was formed in 1990 by David Crossland and Michelle Hanover, the two joint owners and directors of Will Drafters.
To date Will Drafters, with over 25 staff, has written over 100,000 Wills for customers throughout the UK (England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland) as well as for UK expatriates stationed around the world.
Will Drafters, in addition to providing our unique LPA Plus service also has a thriving probate department which offers a range of probate services to the bereaved – to Will customers and to others introduced to them by affiliates and through Will Drafters advertising on the internet and in other places.

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