Craig Ward, MSc BA(Hons) MBPsS CertCouns

Consultant Solicitor, Craybeck Law
Craig Ward, Baron of Lundie is a solicitor and partner at Craybeck Law LLP. He is also a writer and researcher. He has an MSc from King’s College London and a BA(Hons) in psychology. He is a member of the British Psychological Society, Solicitors for the Elderly and a visiting research fellow at King’s College London. He is a CEDR accredited mediator and conducts commercial and vulnerable adult mediations. Craig is a regular speaker around the UK and internationally on mental capacity law, the Court of Protection, managing vulnerable adults, elder mediations, commercial incapacity law and legal compliance. He enjoys country walking, flute playing and scuba diving. He is currently researching decision making.
Contributed to


Business and commercial LPAs
Practice Note

This Practice Note, written by Craig Ward, sets out the reasons why an individual should consider making a separate business lasting power of attorney (LPA) to deal with their business assets and the circumstances in which it will be appropriate to make a business LPA (BLPA). The differences between sole trader businesses, partnerships, limited liability partnerships (LLPs) and companies are discussed, in particular the interaction between the BLPA and the partnership agreement or the company’s articles of association. Guidance is also provided on creating a BLPA.

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