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Lasting Power of Attorney Objection

Lasting Power of Attorney Objection

Our Elderly, Care & Mental Capacity team acted on behalf of a client who was in his 90’s, with full capacity, who had appointed his step daughter as his attorney. When it came to registering the Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) with the Office of the Public Guardian, the client’s two daughters (who he had named as people to be notified of the application, in order to keep them in the loop) objected to the registration on the grounds that he didn’t have the capacity to make the LPA in the first place!

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Acting as Deputy or AttorneyAdvanced Decisions for HealthAdvanced Decisions for Medical CareAdvanced Decisions for Medical TreatmentCare Funding AdviceCourt of Protection DeputiesCourt of Protection ProcessDirect Payments and Personal BudgetsElderly Care and Mental CapacityEnduring Powers of AttorneyHealth Care and Social CareLasting Power of Attorney Service Provision and Price ListLasting Powers of AttorneyLocal Authority FundingNHS Continuing Healthcare FundingPowers of AttorneyWills, Trusts & Probate
Care Home Contract Issues

Care Home Contract Issues

Our Elderly, Care & Mental Capacity team acted for a client who wanted to challenge the terms of a care home contract that related to her husband. He had been occupying a room in a residential care home for over a year when the care home decided that they could no longer cater for his needs.

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Acting as Deputy or AttorneyAdvanced Decisions for HealthAdvanced Decisions for Medical CareAdvanced Decisions for Medical TreatmentCare Funding AdviceCourt of Protection DeputiesCourt of Protection ProcessDirect Payments and Personal BudgetsElderly Care and Mental CapacityEnduring Powers of AttorneyHealth Care and Social CareLasting Power of Attorney Service Provision and Price ListLasting Powers of AttorneyLocal Authority FundingNHS Continuing Healthcare FundingPowers of AttorneyWills, Trusts & Probate