Case study: Why I set up a Lasting Powers of Attorney and remade my Will

Read how Carol Marsh created her LPA's and remade her Will

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Rosemary from Essex worked as a children’s nurse before retiring. She’d been considering nominating a lasting power of attorney (LPA) for some time and finally got around to getting things in order.

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“I already had a Will in place, but wanted to make sure I appointed someone trustworthy to take care of my welfare and financial decisions should I become incapable of making them for myself”.

“I saw Key advertised in the Radio Times and gave them a call as I knew it was a good time to get things in order”.

“The process was very straightforward. When I rang up, the gentleman was very pleasant and helpful so I didn’t even consider going anywhere else”.

“The clarity was great, I felt completely informed throughout the process.”

“I’m not especially close to my family so I nominated my godchild who is a ward sister and her husband, a lawyer. I felt this was the right decision to make”.

“I would definitely recommend estate planning to others, especially people living on their own. It has been in the back of my mind for a while but finally I now have a peace of mind knowing everything is in place”.

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These pages give a general overview of the issues surrounding estate planning and are based on our understanding of the current law and tax regulation in England and Wales, which may be subject to change.