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OPG Feb 19
Depending on your circumstances, you may be able to apply for a power of attorney refund online, via email or over the phone. Please read the guidance for further information 💻📨📞
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OPG Feb 19
Replying to @milesdubai
Hi Miles. I'm sorry to hear that. You can find information on our pages:
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OPG Feb 14
Replying to @Diceros97
Apologies, we were experiencing a few issues yesterday. This has now been fixed and you should be able to email poarefunds@justice.gsi.gov.uk as normal.
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OPG Feb 13
Replying to @Diceros97
Hi Graham. The refund scheme is only applicable to people who applied for a lasting power of attorney or enduring power of attorney from 1 April 2013 to 31 March 2017. For more info
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OPG Feb 13
Find out the latest on our online reporting service for deputies in our blog!
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OPG Feb 12
Replying to @Andrews63144479
Hi Andrew. I'm sorry about your wait. We've had some technical issues this morning but can now receive telephone calls. You can also email us at customerservices@publicguardian.gsi.gov.uk.
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OPG Feb 12
We’ve had a few technical issues with our call centre lines this morning. We’re now able to answer your calls. Thanks for your patience.
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OPG Feb 9
We’re seeing a spike in calls for power of attorney refunds. To keep the lines free for those who need special support, please apply online at . The scheme is open for 3 years so there’s plenty of time to apply.
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Jan Sensier Feb 8
Great to be representing Office of the Public Guardian at NHS adult safeguarding network
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Ministry of Justice Feb 1
If you, or someone you’re acting for, paid a lasting or enduring power of attorney application fee between 1 April 2013 and 31 March 2017 then a partial refund could be due. Find out if you’re eligible and apply for your refund online:
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Ministry of Justice Feb 1
Lasting or enduring power of attorney applications made from 1 April 2013 to 31 March 2017 may be eligible for a partial refund if a fee was paid. You can find out if you’re eligible and apply for your refund online:
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Time to Change Feb 1
It's Day! Wherever you are, you can talk about mental health. Start a conversation and end the silence:
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OPG Jan 18
We've just published updated guidance on gifting for attorneys and deputies.
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SCIE Jan 17
‘Supported Decision-Making' - the theme of National Mental Capacity Action Day on 5th March. Apply to take part
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OPG Jan 9
Replying to @pressfivefor
Hi, thanks for getting in touch. Please call our contact centre on 0300 456 0300 who will be able to help.
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OPG Dec 12
Some great advice in here regarding lasting powers of attorney
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OPG Dec 6
Discussing valuable LPA guidance coming from Eldergill severances judgement >
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OPG Dec 6
Baroness Finlay discusses supported decision making at our annual stakeholder event today.
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OPG Dec 4
Replying to @3podbaker
Hi Jim. Yes, it is possible if the donor can't sign for someone else to sign on their behalf. Guidance on this is here > under section A9. If you need more detailed information, give us a call on 0300 456 0300 and we'll help as best we can. Many thanks.
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OPG Dec 1
You can be prosecuted or ordered to repay the donor’s money if you misuse it or make decisions to benefit yourself
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