Lasting Power of Attorney
What is a Power of Attorney?
A legal document that allows someone to make decisions for you. You must have the mental capacity to set up a power of attorney in the first place, and they won’t come into effect until your capacity has been deemed to be insufficient to make decisions.
There are two types of lasting power of attorney:
Property and Financial affairs lets someone manage all your financial affairs or act on your behalf if you’re no longer able to due to mental incapacity or in some cases, if you no longer want to make your own decisions.
Health and Welfare lets someone make decisions about your healthcare and welfare – including where you might like to live should you require long term care. This document also allows the option to give instructions regarding life-sustaining treatment.
Our fees for arranging Lasting Power of Attorney and acting as certificate provider:
A single Lasting Power of Attorney, either Property & Financial Affairs or Health & Welfare, for one person. £250
Both a Property & Financial Affairs and a Health & Welfare for one person (provided attorney(s) and notifiable people are the same for both documents). £450
A single Lasting Power of Attorney, either Property & Financial Affairs or Health & Welfare, for a couple (provided they are completed on a “mirror” basis). £475
Both a Property & Financial Affairs and a Health & Welfare for a couple (provided they are completed on a “mirror” basis and attorney(s) and notifiable people are the same for both documents). £800
The above charges include drafting the relevant documentation, Nsure acting as the Certificate Provider and handling the registration with the Office of the Public Guardian, provided it is done shortly after the documents are completed. They do not include the registration fee charged by the office of the Public Guardian which is currently £82 per document.
For us to act solely as “part B” certificate provider. £100
For more information
Call on 01903 821010 or email email@example.com.