POWER OF ATTORNEY APOSTILLE UK
Have a Power of Attorney legalised by The Apostilles Group from just £60.
Includes FCDO fee of £30 & solicitor
Your document will be transported using Royal Mail's Guaranteed Special Delivery service to the FCDO Legalisation Office and using the FCDO's preferred carrier, DX to return to us
If you're ordering an apostille for a Birth Certificate and Power of Attorney, you will pay the discounted price for each document, so £59 for Birth Certificate and £67 for the Power of Attorney.
LEGALISATION SUPPORT SERVICES
The Hague Convention only applies to 83 countries, we've selected a most popular 6 to chose from but if you need a different country we will be able to carry this out for you
TRANSLATION OF APOSTILLED DOCUMENTS
Your apostilled Power of Attorney can be translated in to any of 130 languages from £80
POWER OF ATTORNEY UK APOSTILLE
Things to remember
A Lasting Power of Attorney must be registered with the Office of the Public Guardian and costs £82.
There are typically 2 types of Power of Attorney in the UK.
Lasting Power of Attorney - often used for handing over full control of financial and health related decisions.
General Power of Attorney - used in a more specific sense for certain situations such as selling a property abroad.
If you need a solicitor to witness your Power of Attorney, can find a solicitor near you, to help you out at The Law Society website. If a solicitor has witnessed the Power of Attorney, and done so according to the standard laid out in the next column, the price will be just £60.
When the solicitor or notary public signs the document, they must:
have a valid practising certificate
sign the document in the UK
state the action they have taken eg witnessed, certified a copy, confirmed as original
use their personal signature, not a company signature
include the date of certification
include their name and company address
REASONS YOU MAY NEED A POWER OF ATTORNEY LEGALISED
Allowing a relative or trusted person to handle specific aspects of your finances or health at home or abroad.
To allow someone to carry out a specific transaction on your behalf at home or abroad.