Lasting Power Of Attorney

“Having a Lasting Power of Attorney should be as common and natural as making a Will”
Jack Straw, former Lord Chancellor

Making your Will is the only way to protect your assets and ensure the people you care about benefit from your estate as you want them to, in the event of your death.

But what happens if you lose the ability to make decisions about your property, finances and personal welfare whilst you are alive?

A Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) gives you the ability to appoint ‘Attorneys’ who will make decisions on your behalf, should you lose mental capacity through accident, injury or illness.

You can find out more about what an LPA is and why you may need an LPA on this website but you can also request our free Guide to Lasting Power of Attorney, which gives a full overview of LPAs and answers all of your questions.

You can get the process started now by phoning us on 0208 380 0333 or 0800 083 1835, by emailing enquiries@wsl-ltd.co.uk or by completing our web form.


To get started, call us on:

0208 380 0333

(9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday)

“I lost my wife a couple of years ago and for a long time we had talked around the idea of making a Will but somehow had never got round to it. Now it’s just me left and I don’t have any children, but there are a lot people I wanted to make sure benefit from me going. The consultant who visited me at home was extremely good and went through everything very clearly. He was a very nice fella. I came to your office to sign my Will and again all your staff were very helpful and friendly. ”Mr McKensie, London
“I simply want to go on record as saying both my sister and I were most grateful to your consultant for his patience and obvious professionalism when he met with us. It seems likely to me that dissatisfied clients will, from time to time, quite quickly and easily rush to lodge a formal complaint whilst satisfied clients may simply accept excellence as par for the course. Hence, please accept this as recognition of excellence in practice.”Mr Cleary, Surrey
“My husband was very reluctant and not very keen about getting our Will done. I kept nagging him because our son is 20 years old and we’re not getting younger. We also have experience of how difficult probate can be and so we took your lifetime service so our son will get support. My husband works 6 days a week and so being able to book a home visit in the evening was perfect. My sister used you first and was very happy so we decided to go ahead. Your chap who came to see us was superb – he gave us the information we needed and explained everything to my husband very clearly. ”Mrs Hussein, London

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