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A Lasting Power of Attorney allows you to appoint persons you trust as your attorneys to make decisions on your behalf should you become incapable of making those decisions yourself. There are two types of Lasting Power of Attorney: the first relates to your care and personal welfare and the second relates to your property and financial affairs. Once you make a Lasting Power of Attorney it must be registered with the Office of the Public Guardian before your Attorneys may use it to make decisions and to sign documents on your behalf. Our experienced team can help you navigate the process to ensure that your Lasting Power of Attorney is valid and reflects your wishes.