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Partial LPA Revocation

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After an LPA has been signed, it could be several months or years before the document is registered with the Office of the Public Guardian (OPG), or before they even need to be used. During this time the circumstances may change, and the donor may decide that he/she no longer wishes for one or more of their attorneys to act on their behalf, or an attorney may decide they no longer wish to act. In exceptional cases, an attorney may believe that another attorney is no longer trustworthy and does not wish that attorney to act. The solution to these issues can depend on the exact circumstances at the time, such as if the donor has capacity or not, or if the LPA is registered. If the donor still has the capacity to make decisions, and the LPA is unregistered, they have two choices. They could write a Partial Deed…

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