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COP 7 - Objection to Court of Protection of LPA registration

Use this document to object to the registration of a Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) and you are an intended attorney in that LPA or a named person who has received form ‘LPA 1 - Notice of intention to apply for registration of a Lasting Power of Attorney’.

Your reasons for objecting must be one or more of the prescribed objections you can use for the Court of Protection, which you can find in the guidance notes for document LPA 1 and also on the Office of the Public Guardian's website.

You must file this objection within three weeks of the day on which you received the notice.

This document is suitable for use in England and Wales only.

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COP 7 - Objection to Court of Protection of LPA registration (Guidance Notes)
COP 7 - Objection to Court of Protection of LPA registration

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Add these products to your will for complete peace of mind

Wills

A will ensures your estate and assets are correctly distributed

Letter of wishes

Optionally, state your funeral wishes, personal items and Guardians

Wills storage

After writing a will, it's vital that you store it in a safe place

Wills registration

Registering your will helps it to be found after your death

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* The legal review involves our wills specialists reviewing the answers you provided when completing your document questionnaire. It provides comfort that if you properly execute or sign your document it will comply with legal formalities and meet the requirements you specified.

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'Will'

The legal document witnessed by two witnesses in which you say what is to happen to your possessions on your death.

'Domicile'

The country you consider to be your permanent home for tax purposes, even if you actually reside elsewhere. It is distinct from nationality and place of residence.

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Expert Legal Review explained

Our wills specialists will review the answers you provide, and support you through the whole process by phone or email.

This gives you the reassurance that once you sign your will, or another document, you know it will comply with all legal formalities and meet your wishes.

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