Do Not Resuscitate – Health & Welfare LPAs

Increasingly, care plans of residents in care homes, or patients in hospital, contain paperwork pertaining to a decision concerning their resuscitation. This should be completed following consultation with the patient, their family and consideration as to whether the patient has made an advance decision or health and welfare lasting power of attorney.   However, the…

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Choosing the LPA attorney

  Choosing who to appoint as attorney is the most important part in the process of making a Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA), as the attorney will be the person making decisions about the donor’s property and financial affairs and/or health and welfare should the donor become incapacitated. Acting as an attorney is an important…

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Choosing an attorney for your LPA

  Choosing who to appoint as attorney is the most important part in the process of making a Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA), as the attorney will be the person making decisions about the donor’s property and financial affairs and/or health and welfare should the donor become incapacitated. Acting as an attorney is an important…

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