Lasting Power of Attorney from £199

Let our legal experts assist you in appointing the right people to make decisions on your behalf.

What does a lasting power of attorney offer me?


You can choose whomever you believe will make decisions with your best interests in mind.

Peace of mind

By preparing for the worst, an LPA can save yourself and your loved ones stress and unnecessary expenses later on in life.


Without an LPA, your family will have a costly and lengthy legal battle to gain control of your health and wellbeing.

What is a lasting power of attorney (LPA)?

A lasting power of attorney is a legal document that allows you to appoint one or more people to make decisions on your behalf during your lifetime. The people you appoint to manage your affairs are called the attorneys. A lasting power of attorney is a completely separate legal document to your will although many people put them in place at the same time as getting their will written, as part of planning for the future.

What does a lasting power of attorney cover?

There are two types of LPA.

A health and welfare LPA lets your attorney make decisions about your medical treatment and day-to-day care. This can include where you live, what you eat, what medical treatment you receive and who you see.

A property and finance LPA lets your attorney handle (and make decisions about) your money and property. This can include paying your bills, selling your property, collecting your pension and collecting your benefits. 

How much does a lasting power of attorney cost?

A lasting power of attorney costs from £199 including VAT. Mirror lasting powers of attorney start from £398 for two people.

Find out more about our LPA prices. 

Start your lasting power of attorney in 3 simple steps

1. Getting Started

Book a call with one of our legal advisors at a date and time that works around you.

2. Writing the lasting power of attorney

On your appointment, you will be guided through the drafting process by one of our expert legal advisors, making sure that you always understand and helping to build a LPA tailored to your needs.

3. Finalising your LPA

Once you’re happy with the LPA, we’ll send it out for you to sign and to then send to the Office of the Public Guardian for registration. Once registered, your documents are legally binding and sent back to you for safe keeping.

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Top Questions for Power of Attorney

Can I help make an application for a loved one?

The simple answer is Yes.  You can help make a power of attorney for a loved one, using our assisted service.  It is imperative that the wishes of the donor are met.  The certificate provider discusses this matter with the donor and signs to say that this is correct.

Does the cost for your service cover any registration fees that may apply?

No. The registration fee is not included in the cost of our service.

How do I apply for a remission or exemption?

A remission or exemption is where you’re able to make an LPA for half the price, or free of charge. You’re able to apply for a remission or exemption if you earn less than £12,000 per year or are on means-tested benefits.  You’ll need to apply at the same time as sending in your LPA application.

Why would I use your service when I can get them from the Office of the Public Guardian?


If you are comfortable with doing so, we always recommend doing the documents yourself.  The Office of the Public Guardian offers forms that you can complete yourself.  If you so wish, we can add additional support and guidance, plus your application is also reviewed by a specialist.

You can also contact us with any questions you may have as you complete your forms.  If you take our check and send service, we guarantee first time registration.

Can anyone be an attorney?

Yes as long as the person is over the age of 18 and able to understand the responsibility of becoming an attorney.