What would happen to you and your loved ones if you lost mental capacity?

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by Denise Crispin-Bailey from Richardson’s Wills

Did you know that if you lost mental capacity, your family would not automatically be able to manage your finances or make decisions regarding where you live or the care you receive?

If you begin to lose your mental or physical capacity and you’re no longer capable of making your own decisions, the Lasting Power of Attorney ensures that your affairs are looked after by someone you trust. There are two types of LPA; one that deals with your financial affairs and one which covers your health and wellbeing.

Many people are put off making these important documents, by the cost involved in having them prepared. However, if they find themselves in a position where they lack mental capacity and they do not have LPAs in place, an application to the Court of Protection would be required costing far more than the cost of creating LPAs, plus there would be no guarantee that the person or people they would have chosen to represent them will be appointed by the court!

For a limited time only, we are offering buy one get one half price for Lasting Power of Attorney but this is only for a limited time.

Until the 1st September, we will provide a 50% discount on the second Lasting Power of Attorney.
If you would like to discuss this further, please do not hesitate to contact me on 01904 501910 or email hello@denise-crispin-bailey

About Me

Your local Will writer is Denise Crispin-Bailey.

Richardson’s Wills was founded by Denise’s sister Nicola in 2013 and is very much a family business.

Denise is a Member of the Society of Will Writers and adheres to their code of conduct. Specialising in Will Writing and Lasting Power of Attorney, she provides a professional, affordable service. Denise’s friendly and uncomplicated approach makes a sometimes difficult subject easy to understand.

Richardson’s Wills provide a quality service, where the client comes first. That is why we offer a free initial consultation and then if happy to proceed, work is completed to a pre-agreed fixed fee.

If you would like to discuss this further, please do not hesitate to contact me on 01904 501910 or email hello@richardsonswills.co.uk.

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