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In this episode we bring back our in-house experts for part 2 of the discussion on the importance of LPAs and deputyships in succession planning.
Date Wednesday, 13 July 2022
The Farms, Estates and Rural Land team at Foot Anstey bring you episode 9 in our podcast series providing insights and practical advice on important issues for agriculture and rural business.
In this episode we are again joined by our in-house experts from episode 6 for part 2 of the discussion on the importance of lasting powers of attorney and deputyships in succession planning.
Our experts discuss how important putting in place a Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) can be to protect well laid succession plans.
An unexpected illness or accident, particularly in cases that have the chance of resulting in mental incapacity, can leave significant problems for a farming business. An LPA not only protects the farming business but also ensures your personal wishes are adhered to by someone you trust. Edward, Rachel and Caroline discuss what steps you should be considering now to be prepared for all eventualities.
This episode is part two of this topic. In part one, our experts looked in more detail on deputyships.
Access all the previous episodes our podcast via our dedicated Experts in the Field podcast page.