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I hope I'm not in trouble

Wildflowerlady

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Sep 30, 2019
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maybe they need to make it clear when they issue the poa that it needs sending back on the death of the donor. how are we supposed to know if they dont inform us.
Yes they definitely need to make clearer @jennifer1967. If I hadn't been looking at their website to remind myself on how to set up making a LPA for myself I would like everyone else assumed that any no longer needed could simply be disposed of at home. I'm clearly having seen all the posts on my thread not alone in thinking that and my dad's was shredded when I had completed the rest of his paperwork.
 

clarice2

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Mar 13, 2016
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maybe they need to make it clear when they issue the poa that it needs sending back on the death of the donor. how are we supposed to know if they dont inform us.
I was just thinking the same. It would not be hard to add one extra sentence on the final page of the LPA asking that it be returned when no longer needed. My solicitor told me to return it when my husband died or I would have shredded it.