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Why would I need to make a Lasting Powers of Attorney?

Updated: Jan 12, 2022

Yesterday on one of my End of Life Planning coaching calls - I was supporting someone with their Lasting Powers of Attorney.

They asked me the perfect question "WHY would I need to make a Lasting Powers of Attorney?"

To answer this, ask yourself the following questions:

"Who do I want and trust implicitly to make important decisions about every aspect of my Health and Welfare including Life-Sustaining Treatments and Dying?

Who would I trust implicitly to look after all aspects of my Property & Finances (including my Business)?

Would it be: A loved one, relative, or a friend who knows and loves me and makes decisions on what is in my best interest in terms of who I am when I cannot do this for myself?


A total stranger, who does not know anything about me, my life, my values, my passions, my likes, my dislikes?

For me, it's a no-brainer.

I would choose someone who loves and knows me.

Because if someone fed me Brussel sprouts, tea, or coffee and stuck me in front of a TV all day and kept me alive when there was no quality of life, not honouring my values or preferences, I would not be happy to say the least, in fact, it would be my idea of hell!

If you would like to get clear or take action in getting Your Lasting Power of Attorney in place to secure your wellbeing, book your call with me.

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Thank you so much for reading!

Mala x

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