Yes. If an LPA is in place, it will cease upon your death, with your will then needing to be dealt with by your executor.
Other ways a lasting power of attorney can end include if:
- you cancel it
- your attorney loses mental capacity themselves
- your attorney divorces you or ends your civil partnership
- the Court of Protection removes an attorney
- your attorney dies
- in the case of a property and financial affairs LPA, your attorney is made bankrupt or subject to a debt relief order.