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25 August 2021 — Corporate report
The Office of the Public Guardian’s business plan sets out the agency’s priorities for 2021 to 2022.
22 July 2021 — Blog post
The Ministry of Justice, in collaboration with OPG, has published a consultation on plans for how lasting powers of attorney can be modernised.
23 March 2022 — Guidance
This page provides guidance on how OPG is responding to the coronavirus pandemic. It will be updated when new information is available.
17 June 2021 — Blog post
The OPG Insights Team discuss the experiences of our customers and what’s next for the project.
15 February 2022 — Corporate report
Report and accounts showing who paid for Office of the Public Guardian and how those funds were spent.
13 October 2019 — News story
Ministry of Justice scheme will refund anyone who paid too much in deputyship fees
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Office of the Public Guardian (OPG) helps people in England and Wales to stay in control of decisions about their health and finance and make important decisions for others who cannot decide for themselves.
OPG is an executive agency, sponsored by the Ministry of Justice.
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