Deputy fees: remission or exemption
Apply to get a reduction (a remission or exemption) in deputy fees.
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- £100 deputy assessment fee
- £320 general supervision fee
- £35 minimal supervision fee
If the person the deputy was appointed to help (the ‘client’) receives certain means-tested benefits, you won’t have to pay anything (this is called an ‘exemption’). The benefits are listed in the form.
If the client’s income before tax is less than £12,000 a year, you may only have to pay half (known as a ‘50 per cent remission’). You can’t get this kind of reduction for a minimal supervision fee.
The form also explains how and when to pay the fees.
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Published: 1 October 2011
Updated: 17 November 2016
- Added translation
- An updated deputy fees form (OPG120) has been added to this page to reflect changes to the Office of the Public Guardian's deputy supervision levels.
- First published.