If an executor has an Enduring Power of Attorney (EPA)/Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) but still has mental capacity, who can they appoint as attorney on their behalf to deal with the estate administration? Can the EPA/LPA attorney act in the estate administration?

15-11-2021


Alastair Goggins, Partner in our Dispute Resolution team recently produced a recent Q&A article on LexisPSL titled ‘If an executor has an Enduring Power of Attorney (EPA)/Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) but still has mental capacity, who can they appoint as attorney on their behalf to deal with the estate administration? Can the EPA/LPA attorney act in the estate administration?’. Click through to visit Lexis and read this here.


Alastair Goggins

Partner
Head of Dispute Resolution Team
Head of Charity Team

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