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Lasting Powers of Attorney

Hannah Worth Legal Services Ltd offer a personal and professional service on Lasting Powers of Attorney, providing free home visits and low fix fees.

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About Hannah

Hannah Worth

Hannah Worth, director of Hannah Worth Legal Services Ltd graduated with a 2:1 in law.  She undertook the Legal Practice Course, (LPC) at the College of Law, Chester, gaining a commendation.

She worked for several years as a solicitor in a Warrington Law Firm, specialising in Wills, Trusts, Probate, Lasting Powers of Attorney and Court of Protection work.

Hannah is, therefore, well qualified to give clients specific and appropriate advice on Lasting Powers of Attorney.  She will guide clients through the decisions required to make effective and workable Lasting Powers of Attorney and answer any questions and queries they may have. 


We will register the Lasting Powers of Attorney with the Office of the Public Guardian to enable the documents to be used.


We are approachable, reliable and offer a tailored professional and personal service

Our Services

  • Lasting Powers of Attorney

  • Assistance with obtaining a Grant of Probate of Grant of Letters of Administration following a bereavement

  • Wills              

  • Assistance with Court of Protection applications

Wills''Hannah has been wonderful with helping my wife and I compose our first wills.  She made the whole process so simple and she could not have done enough for us.  She even came to our  home''. 

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Geographical Areas Covered
Hannah Worth Legal Services Ltd cover the following areas;
Warrington including Croft and Lymm, Wirral, Stockport, Manchester including Altrincham, Hale, Knutsford, Macclesfield, Cheshire, North Wales, Lancashire, Merseyside including Liverpool.  

If you live further afield, please just ask and we will be pleased to advise. 


We have recently seen clients in Leicestershire, London and York.  If we can assist you, we will!

  • All work undertaken by a professional, fully qualified solicitor (non-practising)

  • Approachable and personal service

  • Free home visits (We can provide a reasonable fee if the mileage is excessive)

  • Office available if you prefer not to be seen in your home

  • Low fixed fees which include home visits

  • Specific information given – tailored to your situation and circumstances

  • Efficient service with a quick turnaround of paperwork

  • Confidential service

  • Professional indemnity insurance

  • The vast majority of our business comes from word of mouth recommendations

About LPAs


Lasting Powers of Attorney, (LPA)

What is a Lasting Power of Attorney?

A Lasting Power of Attorney is an important legal document that enables

you to appoint a person(s), attorney(s) to act on your behalf and

make decisions for you, should you be unable to make those decisions

for yourself.

When should I make a Lasting Power of Attorney?

You really should consider making your LPA as soon as possible.  None of us know what is around the corner and to have the documents in place can give you peace of mind knowing that your chosen attorneys are legally appointed, should they be required to act.  It is always better to be proactive in these matters and give instructions when you are in control. 

What happens if I lose mental capacity before making a Lasting Power of Attorney?

If you lose mental capacity you cannot make a Lasting Power of Attorney and it may be that an application will be made to the Court of Protection on your behalf which is both a costly and lengthy process.


Lasting Power of Attorney Property and Financial Affairs

This type of LPA enables your attorneys to make decisions and undertake transactions of your behalf in relation to your property and financial affairs.  For example;

Buying and selling property

Making investments

Paying bills and invoices

Changing utility providers


When can the Power of Attorney Property and Financial Affairs be used?

Subject to any restrictions placed upon the power of attorney, it can be used as soon as it is registered with the Office of the Public Guardian.  This means that it can be a very useful and flexible document that can be used by your chosen attorneys when required.


Can my attorneys do what ever they like?

No your attorneys must follow the principles of the Mental Capacity Act 2005.

Your attorneys must act in your best interests and must act for your benefit.

Lasting Power of Attorney Health and Welfare

This type of power of attorney enables your attorneys to make decisions about your health and wefare.  For example;


Where you might live

What you might wear

What you might eat

Treatment decisions

Life sustaining treatment decisions (subject to your authorisation)

When can the Power of Attorney Health and Welfare be used?

The Health and Welfare Lasting Power of Attorney can be used once it is registered with the Office of the Public Guardian but ONLY where you lack the mental capacity to make the particular decision in question. 

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Contact us

Office: 01925 265268 

Mobile: 07887 924674

Address: Hannah Worth Legal Services Ltd.

29a London Road, Stockton Heath, Warrington, WA4 6SG

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