Lasting Power of Attorney for Business Owners
Our team of experts are well versed in writing LPAs for business owners. If you want to protect the future of your company, then contact our team today to ensure the business you've worked hard to build continues if you're ever incapacitated or unable to make decisions.
You’ve worked hard building up your business to what it is today. All that effort shouldn’t be left to chance if life changes your circumstances. Stay in control with a Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) that lets you decide who manages your business affairs if needed.
If life changes your circumstances, and you’re unable to remain in control of the company, you want to know your business is in the hands of someone you trust and can be sure has the skills and expertise to see it thrive.
An LPA allows you to arrange just that, by selecting attorneys to take charge if you’re not in a position to do so yourself. Confidence in the future is paramount in business. Certainty is precious. An LPA delivers both so you don’t need to worry.
I had an urgent problem. Rebecca Harbron Gray dealt with it within hours, much to my relief. It is so reassuring to know that someone is so willing to help, and so speedily, when requested. Excellent professional proactive service, greatly appreciated.
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What happens if you fall ill and become unable to manage your business? Would you feel confident leaving the selection of the person in charge to process and procedure? What would you do if you lost mental capacity and couldn’t stay at the helm?
These are natural questions; ones that require definitive answers as part of a comprehensive future planning strategy that leaves nothing to chance.
You can’t put a price on having confidence in the future. But you can make it happen with an LPA.
To safeguard your business’ future, an LPA is a great option. It puts into legally binding documentation your preferences if the time comes and you lose mental capacity, and the legal ability to run your company as a result.
As part of the LPA, you assign an attorney, a nominated person of your choosing, to run the business. This empowers you to make the right choices for your organisation even in circumstances where you may not be able to communicate this at the time.
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