Public bewildered by Lasting Powers of Attorney (LPAs)

Interesting reading here on this link (https://www.todayswillsandprobate.co.uk/partner-news/public-bewildered-lasting-power-attorney/), saying how more people are applying for LPAs but there is less consideration to later life planning. “80% of research respondents assumed that, if they were to lose mental capacity, their family or trusted friends would automatically be able to take control over their financial affairs and make medical decisions on their behalf”.
At Owen Kenny, our Wills & Probate team and assist you with Lasting Powers of Attorney, please phone 01243 532777 and ask to make an appointment; please also read further info about both LPAs (Property and Financial Affairs LPA, Health & Welfare LPA), by clicking to this link on our website:
https://owenkenny.com/lasting-powers-of-attorny/