Virtual Weekend LPA Clinic

Sep 3, 2020

Would you like to learn more about Lasting Powers of Attorney?  We are dedicating an entire weekend to you for this purpose.  We will talk to you, free of charge, on a no obligation basis, limited to 15 minutes.

Planning ahead and making provision for the future is invaluable not only to you but also to those closest to you, especially if you find yourself in a position where you can no longer make decisions for yourself.  No one can foresee the future but by putting in place Lasting Powers of Attorney, with the advice of a professional, you will have peace of mind in knowing that you have made provision for all eventualities.

BOOK your FREE place today:

Saturday 26th & Sunday 27th September 2020

We will have appointments available between 9am and 3pm on both days.

For a FREE, no obligation, telephone consultation, please register your interest via:

The online contact form below, or

Email at:

or Call us on: +44 (0)1276 686 222

One of our team members will be in touch with you to confirm the arrangements for your telephone consultation with one of our legal experts over the course of the dedicated LPA Weekend.  Appointments can be booked up until noon on Friday 25th September.  Spaces are limited so please book your dedicated slot today.

Lasting Powers of Attorney, tailored to you:

Our approach has always been to produce Lasting Powers of Attorney tailored to your needs.  Our team is highly experienced, with fully qualified lawyers, who can help you make arrangements for your property and financial affairs and health and welfare.  Our view is that making provision for Lasting Powers of Attorney is as equally as important as making a Will.  People are often under the misconception that Lasting Powers of Attorney do not need to be made until much later on in life.  This is not strictly correct.  Although the onset of age is one reason that can result in mental incapacity, we are all vulnerable to a quirk of fate or an accident which can leave us in a very precarious position if provision has not been made in advance.

  • Do you have a Lasting Power of Attorney in place already?  Is this still adequate to meet your needs?
  • Did you know that an Enduring Power of Attorney will not give your attorneys the authority to make decisions in respect of your health and general well-being?
  • Have you been thinking about putting in place Lasting Powers of Attorney for a while and could you perhaps benefit from some guidance as to how to get started?
  • Perhaps the recent events have reminded you of the importance of making provision for the future should the worst happen.

Whatever your objective, our friendly team of specialist solicitors are on hand to alleviate any concerns.

If any of the above is of interest, please contact us at or call us +44 (0)1276 686 222.

This reflects the law at the date of publication and is written as a general guide. It does not contain definitive legal advice, which should be sought as appropriate in relation to a particular matter. 


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