Planning for the future can feel overwhelming.
By making your will and power of attorney at the same time, you can make sure the people you trust have the authority to carry out your wishes and comfort they will make the decisions you would have made yourself.
Your power of attorney must be registered with the Office of Public Guardian before it can be used, and a fee of up to £82 is payable to the OPG. If the OPG rejects your document due to an error, there will be a fee for resubmission. With our specialist review, we check your answers for any errors and inconsistencies.
A similar free service is available at gov.uk, without a review.
You can start filling it out when you’re ready with our easy to use software.
No. We don’t register the documents for you and the registration fee is not included in the cost of our service. Please check the relevant Office of the Public Guardian to see what fee applies.
The Office of the Public Guardian offers free forms that you can complete yourself. But our service offers additional support and guidance and enables you to have your document reviewed by one of our paralegals. You can also contact our paralegals with any questions you may have as you complete your forms.