Planning ahead is the key to making life for you and your loved ones as easy as possible; this should include thinking about making a Will and Lasting Powers of Attorney.
Making a Will
There are many reasons to make a Will, including:
Lasting Powers of Attorney (LPAs)
LPAs let you appoint people you know and trust to make decisions on your behalf and enables you to give guidance to those people on how decisions affecting you should be made. There are two types of LPA:
Published: March 2018
Laura Schofield, Solicitor in Ware & Kay's Probate department, advises making both LPAs to ensure all decisions that may need to be made on your behalf are covered. For more information or to make an appointment, please contact Laura Schofield in Ware & Kay's Wetherby office on 01937 543964.
Special offer - 20% OFF
Ware & Kay Solicitors have a special 20% discount on fees for Lasting Powers of Attorney, for clients wishing to make Wills and Lasting Powers of Attorney at the same time.