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To continue using an EPA after someone has lost their mental capacity, the EPA must first be registered with the Office of the Public Guardian. The EPA must be registered by the person who will be managing someone else's affairs (the attorney). Before you register the EPA, you must notify certain people that you are going to register it. This is done on a form which you must send to all the following people: Attorneys appointed to act together and independently (also known as joint and several attorneys) When attorneys are appointed in this way, it means that the signature or action of one attorney is as valid as if they were the only attorney. It also means that the power of attorney will continue in force if anything happens to one of the attorneys. Responsibilities of an attorney It's not possible to use a health and welfare LPA until the person who made it has lost their mental capacity. The LPA must be registered before it can be used. Make a lasting power of attorney Once you've filled in these forms, you will need to register the LPA with the Office of the Public Guardian. If you're the donor and you still have mental capacity, you can apply to register the LPA yourself. The person named as your attorney can also apply to register the LPA. They can do this at any time, whether you have lost mental capacity or not. JUST IMAGINE IF WE, THE NORMAL GIRLS, STOOD UNITED AS AN ENORMOUS, HYSTERICAL AND PROUD ARMY. WE WOULD BE UNSTOPPABLE.'

If you want to manage the affairs of someone who you think might lose their mental capacity and you don't already have an EPA, a lasting power of attorney should be used. A power of attorney gives the attorney the legal authority to deal with third parties such as banks or the local council. Read with gumption, fearlessness and sharp wit, Can I Speak to Someone in Charge? is a window into the ridiculous ideologies and the absurd expectations that shape the lives of modern women. When you are appointed as an attorney, you are placed in a position of trust and you must always act in the best interests of the donor. This is because you won't be able to continue using an ordinary power of attorney if you lose your mental capacity.Being asked to write a book was probably the best thing that’s happened to me – up until that point I was gravely concerned that my mum was the only person reading my blog. I hope this book will speak to a range of women, and men actually, I hope it will make people laugh, but more importantly I hope it will open people's eyes to the fact that we've got a lot to do if we want to make growing up in a good and kind world a possibility for our daughters.’ There are some general rules which apply to all the different types of power of attorney, including Ordinary power of attorney, Lasting power of attorney and Enduring power of attorney. Who can make a power of attorney you have been diagnosed with a mental health problem or other disease which can lead to mental incapacity You will have to be able to show the Office of the Public Guardian that you're acting in the best interests of the person who has lost their mental capacity. The Court can cancel your appointment if it decides that your appointment is no longer in the best interests of that person. Full of vital life lessons, outrageous confessions and poignant reflections, Can I Speak to Someone in Charge? is a love letter to women everywhere; reminding us that being strong, being kind and being yourself is really what ‘normal’ should be.

If you want someone to look after your financial affairs for a temporary period, you can give them an ordinary power of attorney. You might want to give someone an ordinary power of attorney if: I'm not sure I'd recommend this one, but I can appreciate the fact that Clarkson is trying her best to bring about change. Her suggestions regarding alterations in schooling and fashion sizing are intelligent, but overall her attempt to be a normal girl next door doesn't translate.When someone makes a power of attorney, they appoint someone else to act on their behalf. The person making the power of attorney is called a donor and the person appointed to act on their behalf is called an attorney. A fresh, modern take on feminism and life from one of the most compelling voices of her generation’ JANE MOORE A property and financial affairs LPA can give someone the authority to deal with and make decisions about things like: the Court of Protection can end an EPA if they think an attorney abused their position or if they think a donor made the EPA because of fraud or excessive pressure

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