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Old 30-08-14, 07:55 PM   #7
banda
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Default Re: medical Power of Atterney

I have met the official line..not wanting to deal with me but will only speak to hubby. Usually he gives them permission to speak with me and then it's OK. This has worked with the NHS, DVLA, the Drs and the OPG.

Have also completed POA for both property and health....the forms are straightforward once you have read the guidance. Easy to download from gov.uk. You end up writing the same names and addresses ad infinitum. We only paid 110 for both as hubbys income is less than 12K. We did pay 75 to have them checked and certificated by a will writer as if the forms have to be returned you have to pay again. However as you say there is a wait for their completion......
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