Lasting Powers of Attorney for your Business

Lasting Powers of Attorney for your Business

If you own a business and/or have a number of business partners then you need to set up an LPA to enable your attorney to act on your behalf in a business capacity. A Business LPA will appoint attorneys who will oversee the running of the business and delegate the day-to-day running to other people who will be better placed to carry out those specific functions. Even if you are a sole-trader, appointing a Business LPA is still advised so they can carry out your wishes and prevent financial and legal difficulties.

They can:

  • pay your suppliers or staff
  • go to the bank on your behalf
  • talk to companies over the phone
  • sign documents on your behalf
  • sell or lease business premises on your behalf

Speak to us today about setting up your Business LPA for your peace of mind


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