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Powers of Attorney

Ministry of Justice Guides

The Ministry of Justice is a ministerial department supported by 37 agencies and public bodies.

Court guide to the process of applying for a Power of Attorney and the Office of the Public Guardian.

 

Citizen’s Advice Bureau Guides

The Citizen’s Advice Bureau is a charity that provides practical and legal advice to people in difficulties.

Guide to managing someone else’s affairs.

 

Government Guides

The government runs a website which provides a lot of information about the law.

Guide on becoming a court appointed deputy.  

Guide to Powers of Attorney.  

 

Age UK

Age UK is a charity that supports older people.

Guide to allowing someone else to manage your affairs.

 

Alzheimer’s Society

The Alzheimer’s Society is a membership organisation which works to improve the quality of life of people affected by dementia in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.

 Guide to organising your affairs if you are concerned you may get dementia or need to care for someone with dementia.

 

MIND

MIND is a charity which raises awareness of and helps people with mental health issues.

Guide to managing money if you have mental health issues.


Inheritance issues and Probate (dealing with the deceased person’s property)

Ministry of Justice Guides

The Ministry of Justice is a ministerial department supported by 37 agencies and public bodies.

Court guide to obtaining copies of probate records.

 

Government Guides

The government runs a website which provides a lot of information about the law.

Guide to probate and inheritance.

Guide to inheritance tax.

 

Age UK

Age UK is a charity that supports older people.

Guide to dealing with the deceased’s estate.

 

Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs (HMRC) Guides

HMRC is the government body responsible to assessing and collecting tax of all types.

Guide to inheritance tax.

 

Advicenow

Advicenow is an independent, not-for-profit website providing information on rights and legal issues for people who need it.

Guide to living together and inheritance tax.


Bereavement

Ministry of Justice Guides

The Ministry of Justice is a ministerial department supported by 37 agencies and public bodies.

Guide to the coroners court. 

 

Government Guides

The government runs a website which provides a lot of information about the law.

Guide to registering a death.

Guide to whether or not you are eligible for a bereavement payment.

Guide to whether or not you are eligible for help with funeral payments.

 

Age UK

Age UK is a charity that supports older people.

Guide to dealing with a bereavement

 


 

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