General Power of Attorney (GPA)

A GPA is a document that allows a person (the Donor) to grant Power of Attorney to another person or person's (Attorney/s) for a specific amount of time and/or for a specific purpose...More GPA Info

What is a Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA)?

An LPA is a legal document that you (the Donor) make using a special form. It allows you to choose someone now (the Attorney) that you trust to make decisions on your behalf about things such as your property and affairs or personal welfare at a time in the future when you no longer wish to make those decisions or you may lack the mental capacity to make those decisions yourself.

The types of (LPA)

There are three different types of LPA:

Health & Welfare Welfare 

Property and Financial Affairs

Deputy Power of Attorney 

 

A Health & Welfare Lasting Power of Attorney

This allows you to plan ahead by choosing one or more people to make decisions on your behalf regarding your healthcare and welfare.
These welfare decisions...
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A Property and Financial Affairs Lasting Power of Attorney

This document allows you to plan ahead by choosing one or more people to make decisions on your behalf regarding your property and financial affairs...Info on Property and Financial Affairs LPA's