An introduction to Lasting Powers of Attorney (LPA's) Part 1

An introduction to Lasting Powers of Attorney (LPA's) Part 1
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If you are advising on and drafting Wills, then if you are not already, you should be advising your clients to seriously consider Lasting Powers of Attorney.

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Learning objectives:

  • The definite advantages to your client of creating LPAs
  • The consequences of not creating them
  • Things to consider and draw to your clients’ attention during the instruction taking meeting.
  • The attorney’s role
  • Who to appoint?
  • How and when replacement attorneys assume their role.
  • Acting as a certificate provider- role and responsibility.
  • Instructions and preferences
  • To register or not to register?

Your CPD Certificate can be found in your Account.

Sue Ioannou

Registered Trust and Estate Practitioner • A.R.T Wills

I am the current Chair and Head of Training for the Institute of Professional Willwriters (IPW). I have been running course for them for 19 years.

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