Lasting Powers of Attorney
Lasting Powers of Attorney are legal documents in which you appoint someone you trust to look after your affairs on your behalf.
We recommend our clients make Lasting Powers of Attorney even if they are in good health. It is very much easier to set them up before they are needed. If it is left until someone can no longer look after their own affairs the process is far more complex. The Power of Attorney is not used until the person who has made it is unable to look after their own affairs.
There are two types of Power of Attorney – one for Health and Welfare, the other for Property and Financial affairs. Normally people make both.
Fees for Lasting Powers of Attorney (LPA)
Purely Probate Solicitors will prepare Lasting Powers of Attorney (LPA) for the following fixed charges:
£350 for one LPA (Health and Welfare or Property and Finance)
£100 for the second LPA for the same person if the same Attorney(s) are appointed.
The fee for couples seen together are £550 for 1 LPA each (Health and Welfare or Property and Finance) or £750 for both
We may need to charge extra for home visits. Telephone us to check.
In addition the Office of the Public Guardian charges a Fee of £130 per LPA . There are some exemptions and remissions for people on low incomes.
Please contact us if you want to have an informal chat. There will be no charge. Ring us on
01458 850146 or email us at email@example.com or fill in the form below and we will get back to you.
Alternatively you can write to to: Purely Probate, Higher Farm, West Bradley, Somerset., BA6 8LT
Instruct your executors to use Purely Probate Solicitors
If you would like your Executors to use Purely Probate after you have died, please click here to download our instruction form. You can then print the instruction and leave it with your Will.