Lasting power of attorney - other resources
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Lasting power of attorney
1–6 Tavistock Square
London WC1H 9NA
T 0800 169 8787 (general enquiries)
0800 055 6112 (advice line)
Tỳ John Pathy
13–14 Neptune Court
Cardiff CF24 5PJ
T 029 2043 1555 (general enquiries)
08000 223 444 (advice line)
Provides information and advice for older people in the UK.
Your local Citizens Advice is often the best starting point for financial and legal advice, such as help with benefits or finding legal support. The service is free, confidential and independent. Most Citizens Advice have a solicitor and some have an accountant available at certain times to give free initial advice.
Court of Protection
PO Box 70185
First Avenue House
42–49 High Holborn
London WC1A 9JA
The Court of Protection is a specialist court for all issues relating to people who lack capacity to make specific decisions.
Office of the Public Guardian
PO Box 16185
Birmingham B2 2WH
Customer services provide free booklets on Lasting power of attorney, Enduring power of attorney and deputyship.
Solicitors for the Elderly
Mill Studio Business Centre
Hertfordshire SG12 9PY
T 0844 5676 173
E [email protected]
Solicitors for the Elderly is an independent, national organisation of lawyers, such as solicitors, barristers and legal executives, who provide specialist legal advice for older and vulnerable people, their families and carers.
Reviewed May 2013 by Natalie Melling, Approved Mental Health Professional (Mental Health Act), Independent Social Worker, Best Interests Assessor (Mental Capacity Act); Irene Chenery, Partner, Chenery Maher Solicitors, member of Solicitors for the Elderly
Reviewed April 2016 by Alzheimer’s Society
Next review due: April 2019
This information has also been reviewed by people affected by dementia.
A list of sources is available on request.