LPA reform: Government proposes digital service

Reducing application errors

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LPA reform: Government proposes digital service

Ministers have set out plans to transform the lasting power of attorney (LPA) system in a bid to improve safety and efficiency, including the ability to make an LPA completely online for the first time, according to the latest consultation response by the Ministry of Justice and Office of the Public Guardian (OPG).

Under the proposals, people will be able to create a LPA completely online for the first time, while also being able to use the current paper-based channel for those who prefer it. The digital serv...

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