Why power of attorney is all-important during the Covid-19 pandemic

'Not just for the old'

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Carl Lamb: "The pandemic has highlighted the importance of having things in place to protect yourself and your family."
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Carl Lamb: "The pandemic has highlighted the importance of having things in place to protect yourself and your family."

Stephen Little explores the importance of power of attorney with advisers who say it is "part and parcel" of the planning process and has become even more relevant during the Covid-19 pandemic

The coronavirus pandemic and its impact on health means it is more important than ever for financial advisers to make clients aware of the benefits of having a lasting power of attorney (LPA). Getting...

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