It’s been 18 months since we launched our online reporting service for lay deputies. Since then 6,000 reports have been submitted online, we’ve launched the service for public authorities and made changes to the design of the lay reporting service.
A lasting power of attorney (LPA) is the only way that someone can choose who they trust to manage their affairs if they lose mental capacity and aren’t able to do so themselves.
This month Ian Evans, Director at Thurrock Coalition, discusses how partnership working has helped to increase applications of lasting power of attorneys (LPAs).
The Office of the Public Guardian is developing a number of services to enable Deputies to submit their annual reports online. One of these services is being developed specifically for Public Authorities (PA).
At OPG, we receive a large number of lasting power of attorney (LPA) forms from solicitors on behalf of their clients. Around 15% of these have errors of various kinds
Recent changes in pensions regulations have shifted responsibility from the employer to the individual. So who will make pensions decisions for us if we cannot make them ourselves? This is one of the reasons why OPG thinks everyone should consider …
At the Office of the Public Guardian (OPG) we are committed to providing better and more efficient services to our users. Over the past few months myself and a team of colleagues from across OPG have been doing further work …
We’re all living longer: statistically speaking, that is. A recent Medical Research Council study, for example, predicted that people will live on average into their late 80s by 2030 compared with their early 80s now.
We’ve noticed over the last few months that more people are choosing to make a Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) online.