We may have understood the importance of having a Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) to appoint one or more persons to make decisions and act on our behalf should we lose mental capacity or has been certified to be incapable of managing our own affairs one day.
Also read: Appointing a Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA)
In Singapore, there are two different prescribed LPA forms provided by the Office of Public Guardian: LPA Form 1 and LPA Form 2. First, we will need to understand the difference between LPA Form 1 and LPA Form 2 before deciding which LPA to make.
When a donor is alive but
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