27 April 2021
LPA registration fall off needs practical solutions - Klara Kronbergs for Professional Paraplanner
Article by Klara Kronbergs, Associate in the leading Private Client department at Payne Hicks Beach, in which she looks at the trend and the importance, practicalities and digitalisation of the Lasting Powers of Attorney as the registration of LPAs has fallen significantly during the Covid crisis, first published online in Professional Paraplanner on 25 April 2021 and reproduced with kind permission.
Klara is an expert private client solicitor who advises on a broad range of tax, trust, estate and succession planning issues for UK and international clients and has experience in preparing Wills and Lasting Powers of Attorney for both UK-domiciled and non-domiciled individuals. She has also worked on the creation of offshore asset holding structures and has experience in advising on charity matters.
Click below to read Klara's article in Professional Paraplanner
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