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How do I set up an LPA? 

Many people assume that it is complicatied and time-consuming to set up an LPA, but this does not have to be the case. Because of this, people often put off setting up their LPA, and many unfortunately do so until it is too late and they are not in a fit state to get things in order.  
 
There are many things to consider when setting up your Lasting Powers of Attorney. These include, but are not limited to:- 
 
What you would like your LPA to cover 
Who you will appoint as your Attorney 
Whether you would like more than one appointed Attorney 
When you would like your Attorney to be allowed to act 
What you would like to be done in the instance that your chosen Attorney is unable to act 
 
The number of different factors involved in the process can leave many people feeling overwhelmed. Here at MG Legal local solicitors, we work hard to ensure that everything is taken care of for you.  
 

Why choose MG Legal to set up my LPA? 

Our expert team of Wills and Probate solicitors, specialising in Lasting Powers of Attorney can offer simple, sound advice on what you will need for your LPA, ensuring a stress-free process for you. We offer an unmatched service, and will really take the time to ensure that your LPA is tailored in the best way possible to your unique situation and needs.  
 
If you're still unsure on the process, and would like to see exactly how it works and what we would be getting up to behind the scenes with setting up your Lasting Powers of Attorney, take a look at our informative explanation of the process from start to finish. This insightfully discusses the actions that are taken, what we will need from you, and the timescale you can expect each step to happen in. 
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