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Lasting Power of Attorney for Santander Customers

Worried about what happens if you can no longer manage your own finances or who’ll look after your welfare in later life? A Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) lets you specify your wishes and nominate a trusted person to make decisions on your behalf.

Our solicitors can help you set up an LPA to give you and your family peace of mind for the future. And as a Santander customer, you’re entitled to an exclusive discount on the costs of setting up an LPA with us.

A Lasting Power of Attorney is a legal document that plans ahead in case you become unable to make decisions for yourself in the future. You can specify what should happen to you and who should make decisions on your behalf.

The person you nominate to make decisions for you is known as your attorney. There are two types of Lasting Power of Attorney covering different powers your attorney will have:

  • Property and Financial – managing your bank accounts and other finances, selling or managing your properties.
  • Health and Welfare – deciding what medical care you receive, including residential care and any life-sustaining treatments.

Our solicitors will set up an LPA to give you and your family peace of mind for the future.  And as a Santander customer, you’re entitled to an exclusive discount on the cost of our LPA services.

You can get your LPA started today with our convenient LPA service. Just complete our questionnaire and we’ll do the rest before returning the completed documents for you to sign.

Call today on 0333 0100 350 or complete the enquiry form on this page to request an LPA questionnaire or learn more about the service.

Why You Should Consider A Lasting Power Of Attorney

Putting a Lasting Power of Attorney in place offers security and peace of mind for you and your loved ones. It lets you decide what should happen if old age, illness or injury leave you unable to deal with your own affairs.

You can give instructions on what should happen to your money and your property and well as more personal welfare and treatment decisions.

Without a Lasting Power of Attorney, your family and friends may find it difficult to manage your affairs and they may not know what you would want. They may need to make a costly and time-consuming application for a deputyship order from the Court of Protection so they can make decisions for you.

By making a Lasting Power of Attorney you can:

  • Choose a person who you trust to look after your affairs and welfare in the future
  • Specify your wishes and what powers your attorneys should have
  • Choose who is told about your Lasting Power of Attorney, allowing people to raise any concerns or questions 
  • Reduce the likelihood of conflicts in the future.

Lasting Power Of Attorney Options

There are two types of LPA that you can make, and your Santander discount is available on both:

  • A Health and Welfare Lasting Power of Attorney allows you to choose one or more people to make decisions in areas such as medical treatment. Your attorneys will only be able to use these powers when you are unable to make decisions for yourself.
  • A Property and Financial Affairs Lasting Power of Attorney enables you to choose one or more people to make property and financial decisions on your behalf. You can specify if it comes into force immediately or once you no longer have mental capacity. You can also specify exactly what powers your attorneys have.

You can make either type of LPA by itself, or both at the same time. You can also either nominate the same person as your attorney for both types of LPA, or choose different attorneys for each.

Our solicitors have helped thousands of people like you make and register LPAs. We often act as attorneys for our clients too. We can provide specialist advice tailored to your specific needs and make sure your estate and welfare is protected for the future.

Both financial and welfare LPAs available
Discounted costs for Santander customers
Quick and easy service
We can act as your attorney

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Frequently Asked Questions

How Do I Make A Lasting Power of Attorney?

It’s very straightforward to use our LPA service:

  1. Complete our questionnaire
  2. We’ll review your answers and get in touch if we need any more information from you
  3. When we’re happy we’ve got everything we need, we’ll prepare a draft LPA(s) within 10 working days. You can contact us at any point to discuss any concerns or questions you have.
  4. Once you’re happy with the draft LPAs, we’ll send you the original to sign, along with detailed instructions on the signing process.
  5. We’ll arrange the other signatures with you and register the LPA for you at the Office of the Public Guardian (an additional court fee is payable for registration).

It’s that simple – fill out the form, and we’ll do the rest. If we need to clarify any of your instructions, or think you need more detailed legal advice, we’ll get in touch to discuss it with you.

Why Make A Lasting Power of Attorney With Irwin Mitchell?

Our convenient LPA service allows you to give your instructions to us at home, at a time that suits you. It’s efficient, stress-free, and easy to use.

And though don’t have to come into the office at any point, you’ll have the peace of mind knowing that your LPA is being drafted by expert solicitors at a leading law firm. You also have the benefit of the team’s expert knowledge if you have any questions during the process.

Exact costs will vary on your specific needs, but we’ll confirm any costs and make sure you’re happy before we start any work on your behalf.

Are There Other Ways I Can Make An LPA?

If you’d prefer not to use our digital questionnaire, don’t worry. We can also help you through the post or over a telephone or video call.

Call 0333 0100 350 to learn more about how we can help and we’ll discuss our range of options and costs on a no obligation basis. You can also complete the enquiry form above and we’ll call you back at a time of your choosing.

Whichever service you choose, you’ll still get your discount as a Santander customer.

How Else Can Irwin Mitchell Help?

If you’re interested in LPAs or have other concerns about later life, there are lots of other ways we can help:

  • Register an Enduring Power of Attorney (EPA) – We can help you register an EPA that you’re an attorney for if the Donor of the EPA has lost capacity
  • Register an existing Lasting Power of Attorney – If you’re already an attorney under an LPA, we can help you register it at the Office of the Public Guardian if necessary
  • Attorneyship and Deputyship support – Advice on your roles and responsibilities and the tasks you need to complete
  • Setting up a Deputyship – Support with applications to the Court of Protection so you can make decisions on behalf of someone who’s lost mental capacity without an LPA in place
  • Power of Attorney Disputes – Resolving a range of disputes about how an attorney is dealing with a someone’s affairs
  • Financial Abuse – How we can help if someone is taking advantage of a vulnerable person.

Call today on 0333 0100 350 to speak with us about any of these issues on a fully no-obligation basis.

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