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Avallis Estate Planning Seminar l 24 Oct 2019

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24 Raffles Place Clifford Centre #14-02

Singapore, Singapore 048621

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Avallis Estate Planning Seminar

Understanding & Preparing For Your Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA)

If you can’t make decisions for yourself because you don’t have the mental capacity to make them, the Mental Capacity Act tells you what you can do to plan ahead, how you can ask someone else to make decisions for you and who can make decisions for you if you haven't planned ahead.

Thursday, 24 October 2019 l 6.30pm - 8.30pm



What to Expect?


Causes of Mental Incapacity & the Mental Capacity Act

  • Mental incapacity beyond dementia causes
  • Brief understanding of key aspects of Mental Capacity Act

Challenges of Being Mentally Incapacitated

  • Issues of welfare & property affairs management
  • Short Video Screening

Components of the Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA)

  • What is the LPA and When is it used?
  • Who are the important parties in the LPA?
  • Where to find the issuer and submission to OPG?
  • How to fill in the LPA?
  • (A printed Form 1 will be given and short guidance on the basics of completing the form)

Connecting with other Related Planning Issues

  • Differences between LPA and the Advanced Medical Directives & Wills
  • Relevance of the new CareShield Life
  • (to be introduced in 2020)






Resources


Wedsites

Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) Forms

The LPA is a legal document that allows a person who is at least 21 years of age ('donor'), to voluntarily appoint one or more persons ('donee(s)') to make decisions and act on his behalf should he lose mental capacity one day. A donee can be appointed to act in the two broad areas of personal welfare and property & affairs matters.


How to Make a Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) Form 1

The 3 steps involved


The Alzheimer’s Disease Association (ADA)

It is a voluntary welfare organisation and is made up of caregivers, professionals and all who are interested in dementia. The ADA provides daycare for people with dementia, as well as services such as counselling, support groups, information and referral, public education talks, conducts training and workshops for caregivers.


Videos

Guide: How to make an LPA? (English Version)

Why Should You Make an LPA? (English Version)



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24 Raffles Place Clifford Centre #14-02

Singapore, Singapore 048621

Singapore

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