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At Red Apple Law, we've made it easy for you, not only to get the LPA service you need and provided in the way you want, but also to have exclusive access to a wide range or complementary services. We work with a panel of handpicked regulated providers, so that you can be confident with the level of service you receive and we promise it won't cost you the earth. 

Red Apple Law has created an exclusive membership solution and is only available to the employees of our business partners. 

Helping you keep on top of the essential stuff. We know it's no fun, however, we do need to deal with these things. We've made it easy for you.


write your LPA

Property & Financial and Heal & Welfare LPAs available. To ensure that only those you trust will be making decisions for you when you are no longer able. Choose to do this online, over the phone or arrange a home or office visit.

lpa storage

We'll even arrange the storage of your LPA, to make sure it is kept safe and secure and easily accessible when needed.

HELP WITH lpa registration

Your LPA cannot be used until it's registered with the Office of Public Guardian (OPG). Our service ensures a professional is on hand to help you with this crutial part of the process. This is an additional fee, payable by you to the OPG.


If any mistakes are made within your LPA or during registering, normally half of the registration fee would have to be paid for a re-submission. Our service guarantees cover of any necessary re-submission fees.

What is the difference between a Property and Financial and Health and Welfare LPA? 

Property and Financial LPA

Choose one or more people to make decisions about matters relating to:

  • Paying household bills or transferring money in and out of bank accounts.

  • Collecting benefits or salaries owed to you.

  • Selling or transferring your home.

  • Managing the upkeep of your property.

This type of LPA can be used for short periods of time or on a more permanent basis.

Health and Welfare LPA

Choose one or more people, to make decisions about matters relating to:

  • Your daily routine (e.g. eating, taking medication).

  • Your medical care.

  • Moving into a care home.

  • Decisions about life-sustaining treatment.

This type of LPA can only be used when you have lost the ability to make your own decisions.

If you don’t have a LPA in place and you lose the ability to manage your affairs, for example through accident or illness, then your family would need to apply to the Court of Protection for a Deputyship Order. This is very costly, time-consuming and emotionally difficult; and comes at a time when your loved one may be struggling to cope. 
LPAs can also be used for temporary financial decisions, where someone may be absent abroad for long periods or where a person may have disabilities which makes getting to the bank or paying bills difficult.
You may think that you don’t need a Property and Financial Affairs LPA if you don’t own your own home or have lots of money, however, this is incorrect. A LPA is needed in any financial situation from state benefits, pensions, bills and bank accounts, as well as property, regardless of whether it is owned or rented.
Also, you don’t need to have any health or care issues to make a Health and Welfare LPA. It’s a way for you to detail preferences regarding your care in case you can’t make those decisions later on.