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It’s not often that the government give you money back, but if you applied to register your LPA between 1 April 2013 and 31 March 2017, you may be due part of the registration fee as a refund of part.

Go ahead and click on the link below to apply for your refund.

https://www.gov.uk/power-of-attorney-refund

In case you’re wondering, it does also apply to the old style Enduring Power of Attorney (EPA) registered between the relevant dates, though it would generally be the attorney applying for the part refund.

If you encounter any difficulties, get in touch with Jane of JC Independent Wills & Probate on 01727 840 240, but the feedback so far, is that the system of refunds is a very straightforward process, and most people are able to deal with this online, within no more than ten minutes.

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Jane Cassell
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I specialise in Wills, Lasting Powers of Attorney (LPAs) & Probate work. My office is in St Albans, but I'm only a phone call away, and generally happy to chat through any situation you're concerned about.

Tel: 01727 840 240

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