Lasting Power of Attorney Explained

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APEX Centre of Excellence

261 Waterloo Street

#02-27, Waterloo Centre

Singapore, Singapore 180261

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What if one loses his mental capacity due to illness or accident?

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What if one loses his mental capacity due to illness or accident, the family members will not automatically be given the right to make decisions on the person's behalf or have access to his money (if there is no LPA).

They have to apply to the court to be a deputy, and the cost ranges from $3,000 to $10,000, as it includes lawyers' and court fees and this may take as long as a year.

Some 33,360 people have already appointed someone to make decisions on their behalf if they become mentally incapacitated, through a legal document called Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) since it first begin in 2010 until August 2017.

Attendees' Testimonials:

Delivered in easy to understand layman language, sprinkled with local anecdotes. The talk demonstrates good understanding of local culture. - Lim S.H

Alan is very engaging and obliging to address the doubts of our concerns on LPA and Estate Planning. 2 thumbs up for opening up our thinking box for ourselves and on next generation and others. - Teo S.B

Informative with many real life examples. Given a good insight of LPA, Will and Estate Planning. Good and Interesting Talk, thank you Alan! - Lily F

Pertinant and informative talk. Speaker (Alan) is experienced and engaging and shares real life cases of relevance to answer queries adequately. - Sherwin L

Alan Tang provide/deliver engaging talks. Thank you for the informative sharing on LPA/ Will Writing/ Estate Planning. -Yam M.W

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APEX Centre of Excellence

261 Waterloo Street

#02-27, Waterloo Centre

Singapore, Singapore 180261

Singapore

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