Are You Uncertain About Your Future? Here Are 4 Ways In Which A Lasting Power Of Attorney Can Help

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An LPA helps you make better decisions

Making the wrong choices can cripple you for life. If you’re dealing with a mental illness and make critical decisions often, you may need to get an LPA.

An LPA secures your family’s future if the unexpected happens

Similar to a will, an LPA ensures that your family gains access to your assets. It also allows for you to appoint managers/attorneys to carry out legal functions that you would have wanted to do.

An LPA comes into effect at your discretion

You can execute the functions of your LPA at any time. Even if you’re still healthy enough to manage your assets. It gives you and your loved ones the type of security that a will cannot.

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An LPA allows you to choose who you want to manage your assets

If an accident happens and you don’t have an LPA in place, the only way your resources will be managed by those you trust is through death.

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