Thank you for visitingX

We appreciate you considering our website and if you have any enquiries please do

Contact Us

Lasting Powers of Attorney

Should you become too ill to manage your own affairs, a Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) gives one or more people the right to manage your financial affairs and make decisions about your welfare, such as switching off a life-support machine.

This right cannot be used to make gifts, except for birthdays and Christmas, and the money cannot be spent on the person managing the affairs.

If there is not an LPA in place, then an application can be made to act on behalf of the individual. This is an expensive and time-consuming process, with the court remaining in overall charge of the affairs – so it will be involved in any decisions outside of the day-to-day running of the estate.

For this reason, it is generally better to ensure that a valid LPA is made whilst the person doing so still retains the necessary mental capacity.

For more information on any of the high quality legal services provided by our probate solicitors in Birmingham, please contact us.

Call our solicitors in Birmingham on

0121 236 7388

Or contact us online and we will be happy to help

24 hour answering service available.

Closing Down Solicitors Practice
Click here to contact Brian Flint
or call 0121 236 7388
Client Survey Solicitors Birmingham
Relocation Solicitors Birmingham
Relocation services in
click to find out more
Solicitors Birmingham
cqs cqs