Enduring power of attorney in Northern Ireland - other resources
Find other useful organisations and resources relating to Enduring power of attorney and controllership in Northern Ireland.
- Enduring power of attorney in Northern Ireland
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Northern Ireland: Enduring power of attorney
Age NI provides information and advice for older people in Northern Ireland.
Citizens Advice may be able to help signpost to sources of free legal advice. See website for local contact details.
Law Centre NI
Law Centre NI offers free legal advice and support on social security, health and social care and employment.
Law Society of Northern Ireland
028 9023 1614 (9am–5pm Monday–Friday)
Law Society of Northern Ireland can help people who live in Northern Ireland find a solicitor.
Office of Care and Protection (OCP)
The OCP manages the registration of EPAs and the appointment of controllers.
Solicitors for the Elderly
Solicitors for the Elderly is a national association of solicitors, barristers and legal executives who are committed to providing legal advice for older people, their families and carers.
Last reviewed: August 2020
Next review due: August 2023
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Reviewed by: Brid McColgan, Associate Director, Cleaver Fulton Rankin Solicitors, Belfast; Edith Gowdy, Partner, King & Gowdy Solicitors, Belfast
This factsheet has also been reviewed by people affected by dementia.
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