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You can appoint as many attorneys as you wish when you make an LPA. If you wish to appoint more than one attorney, you must decide if the attorneys are to make decisions separately or together. If you wish for them to make decisions together, they must all agree on the decision.
If you only appoint one attorney, and that person becomes ill or no longer able to act, you must make another LPA to appoint a new attorney. You can, however, nominate another person to replace your attorney if they can no longer act when you first make your LPA.