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Epa

beverrino

Registered User
Jan 12, 2015
1,110
My sister and I both have EPA for my mother. My father organized this in 2006 when they made their wills (he has since died) My mum has Alzheimers and I am exercising this for her financial matters, but is there anything that we cant do under this old system? I know its all changed now and its LPA. Does anyone know the answer to this? thanks
 

Jessbow

Registered User
Mar 1, 2013
3,041
West Hertfordshire
I had enduring for my now late mother.
I never came across any hurdles that I couldn't cross with EPA rather than LPA

If anything it carries more clout.

I don't ( if I am really honest) think banks etc know the difference
 

Beate

Registered User
May 21, 2014
12,010
London
The EPA doesn't cover health and welfare so if you wanted that and your mum has still capacity, you'd have to do a health and welfare LPA.