Apply to pay less (an exemption or a remission) to register a lasting or enduring power of attorney.
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Use this form if you need help with the:
- £82 application fee to register a lasting power of attorney (LPA) or an enduring power of attorney (EPA)
- £41 repeat application fee to register an LPA or EPA
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
Updated: 4 April 2017
- Added translation
- Changed fee levels on documents
- Updated text to explain in more detail how exemptions and remissions apply.
- Replaced LPA120 form to reflect new power of attorney application fees from 1 October 2013
- Details of application fees added to page description, including information about fee changes on 1 October 2013.
- First published.