Lasting Power of Attorney Expenses.
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What Expenses can an Attorney Claim?
Attorneys named in a Lasting Power of Attorney can claim reasonable expenses, which includes travel costs, postage or the cost of an accountant preparing annual accounts. In addition, certain attorneys can claim fees for the time they incurred. Professional attorneys (such as solicitors) will often charge an hourly rate for work they need to carry out for you. Non-professional attorneys (which may include your family and friends) will not necessarily need to be paid fees.