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Thankyou for your comment. My mother is carer for my father who has a bit of dementia. Perhaps he would be seen already as not having capacity. I hadn't thought it through. He is 94, and my 90 year old mother is his carer, and terrible with paperwork, but very intelligent and capable otherwise. I was hoping to cover them both if she met with an unforeseen accident. An AgeUk rep will be here in an hour to do the Health and Welfare portion, and I am hoping that she will help us with the financial one while she is here. The attorneys are the same in both.
Hello, I would like to reassure you that just having a diagnosis of Dementia does not mean an LPA cannot be successfully applied for, it is all about the person being able to understand the powers they are granting to their chosen Attorneys at the time they sign the forms.
Hope this helps