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The most vulnerable in society will be better protected as reforms to simplify and streamline lasting powers of attorney are given Royal Assent.
Twenty-two new general visitors supporting work delivered by the Office of the Public Guardian.
Amy Holmes has been appointed as the new Public Guardian for England and Wales and Chief Executive of the Office of the Public Guardian.
Mae Amy Holmes wedi cael ei phenodi yn Warcheidwad Cyhoeddus newydd Cymru a Lloegr a Phrif Weithredwr Swyddfa’r Gwarcheidwad Cyhoeddus.
The process of managing a loved one’s affairs will be strengthened and modernised under major reforms announced by the government today (19 May 2022).
The process of managing a loved one’s affairs is to be strengthened and modernised under major reforms announced today (Tuesday, 20 July).
People managing their loved ones’ affairs will find it easier to safeguard their finances and wellbeing after a new online service is launched today (17 July 2020).
Ministry of Justice scheme will refund anyone who paid too much in deputyship fees
All those eligible who need to apply for a partial refund on deputyship fees, can do so from today (4 October 2019).
The new Public Guardian for England and Wales and Chief Executive of the Office of the Public Guardian has been announced.
The Guardianship (Missing Persons) Act 2017 comes into force in England and Wales on 31 July 2019.
The guide aims to help staff in financial services and utility companies act more consistently when they see powers of attorney and deputy court orders
The Office of the Public Guardian (OPG) is announced as a Gold winner of the 2019 Mind workplace wellbeing index award
The Public Guardian for England and Wales and Chief Executive of the Office of the Public Guardian, Alan Eccles, has announced his intention to retire in June 2019.
The Office of the Public Guardian (OPG) has updated its guidance on how to request a search of its registers.
IT network access has been restored across the Ministry of Justice estate.
All those eligible for a partial refund on their power of attorney fees can apply from today (1 February 2018).
The Office of the Public Guardian (OPG) has updated its legal guidance for professional deputies and attorneys on the rules about giving gifts.
From 1 April 2017, the fees for applying to register lasting powers of attorney (LPA) and enduring powers of attorney (EPA) reduce from £110 to £82, with the fee for resubmitting an LPA for registration reducing from £55 to …
From Saturday 15 October, customers will be unable to leave messages to request an LPA pack or log a safeguarding concern.
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