This is Money - When an elderly loved one has given someone dishonest or inept LPA?
SFE Chair Michael Culver & SFE member Katie de Swarte featured in This is Money.
What can you do if an elderly loved one has given someone dishonest or inept lasting power of attorney? Lawyers explain the options open for family.
Lasting power of attorney is a vital failsafe if you fall ill, but it does rely on whether those you appoint to handle your finances are competent and trustworthy. The number of people registering to let loved ones take control if they are incapacitated has soared to more than 800,000 a year, according to the latest figures.
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