Bishop & Sewell

It is difficult to comprehend that you would ever lose the ability to manage your own affairs, but mental and physical incapacity can happen to anyone at any time.

Having a Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) in place ensures that you have the freedom to choose those individuals you trust to manage your affairs.

We can help you put in place your Lasting Power of Attorney quickly and simply. You will benefit from our many years of experience in estate planning and preparing powers of attorney; and our team includes members of STEP, the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners.

There are two types of LPA:

  • Property & Financial Affairs
  • Health & Welfare

We can help you decide which one is best for you – simply enter your details in the form on this page to get started.

A simple solution

We will take you through the process with as few complications as possible, whilst acknowledging and catering for your own unique situation.

For example, if you want to:

  • quickly nominate your attorney(s) and complete the paperwork on a fast deadline
  • talk through your options and feel fully informed
  • figure out which type of LPA is right for you and your circumstances
  • discuss this process with your spouse, business partner, family members or friends

Next steps

Complete the form to be sent a copy of our free, comprehensive Guide to Lasting Powers of Attorney, which covers everything you need to know in just three pages.

If you’d simply like to get the process started or discuss private client matters more widely, please feel free to call our Private Client team on 020 7631 4141 or email

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