The possibility of losing the capacity to manage our personal affairs is something we should all consider, not only just as we grow older. Not having a Power of Attorney in place can have serious consequences.

In order for someone to be able to assist you with your affairs when you may be unable to do so, it is possible to appoint an attorney by executing a Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA).

Whether it be for financial or health decisions, having an appointed attorney is an important safeguard to have in place so that a person of your choice is able to assist you when you may be most vulnerable.

We can advise on how Lasting Powers of Attorney work in practice and the process for getting them in place, as well as drafting and registering the LPAs on your behalf.

Meet the Team

Our Team specialise in a number of different areas. These are members of our team who specialise in this area. To see how we can help you, please give a team member a call, or alternatively, you can email a member of the team and we’ll get back to you as soon as is possible.

DSC2236 3 adam best

Adam Jessup BA (Hons), TEP

Director / Solicitor

DSC2317 sarah best

Sarah Prince TEP

Director / Solicitor

Ian DSC5164 2

Ian Bradshaw B.A. (Hons) LLB

Director / Solicitor

Megan DSC5852 2

Megan Passat LLB (Hons), LLM


Contact Us

"*" indicates required fields

This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

Newport Office

36 St James Street, Newport, PO30 1LF

01983 524741

01983 556088

Freshwater Office

Avenue House, Avenue Road, Freshwater, PO40 9UZ

01983 752492

01983 754247