How a Lasting Power of Attorney can alleviate potential financial and legal woes

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When a loved one falls ill or becomes incapacitated, dealing with their financial/legal matters can suddenly become extremely difficult.

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Kate Garraway of Good Morning Britain found herself experiencing difficulty with her finances when her husband Derek Draper was hospitalised with Covid in 2020.

Speaking on Good Morning Britain late last year, Garraway detailed the tough experience of trying to manage with bills and insurance as it was her husband’s names on the policies.

“One of the practical problems – which a lot of people would’ve experienced if they’ve got the absence of someone in their life – like many things the car is entirely in Derek’s name, the insurance is in Derek’s name, a lot of our bank accounts.

Because legally I haven’t got power of attorney. And all this other stuff that goes on when you’re dealing with a situation where someone’s been sick for a long time.”

For similar situations like this, a Lasting Power of Attorney would help alleviated any of these potential problems. A LPA allows a named person or people to manage their financial and legal matters should the unthinkable happen to a loved one.

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Our franchise holders provide will writing services to the public. Will writing is a recession-proof industry in which it is surprisingly easy to develop a business bringing in significant revenue every year whilst also providing a vital service.

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