Lasting or enduring power of attorney fee: exemption or remission

Apply to pay less (an exemption or a remission) to register a lasting or enduring power of attorney.


Power of attorney fees: apply for exemption or remission (LPA120) - large print

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If the person who made the LPA or EPA (the ‘donor’) receives certain means-tested benefits when you apply to register it, you won’t have to pay anything – this is called an ‘exemption’. The benefits are listed in the form.

If the donor’s income before tax is less than £12,000 a year, you’ll only have to pay half – this is known as a ‘50% remission’.

The form also explains how and when to pay the fees.

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Published 24 June 2013
Last updated 26 June 2018 + show all updates
  1. Added 'Personal information' section.

  2. Added translation

  3. Changed fee levels on documents

  4. Updated text to explain in more detail how exemptions and remissions apply.

  5. Replaced LPA120 form to reflect new power of attorney application fees from 1 October 2013

  6. Details of application fees added to page description, including information about fee changes on 1 October 2013.

  7. First published.