What you need to know

You will need to arrange for your power of attorney (PoA) to be drafted. We do not provide a template PoA, however most solicitors should be able to assist you to draft a PoA and provide legal advice on this matter. A solicitor will charge a fee for this service and prices may vary. Alternatively, other companies and stationery shops sell PoA packs.

Please note that we do not offer a pre-registration checking service as we check all PoAs when they’re submitted at the point of registration.

This website will provide some useful information on making a PoA. Here is a summary of what’s involved to get you started. You might also find our top tips leaflet helpful too.

PoA What you need to know