What happens to my LPA when it has been signed?
The LPA has no legal standing until it is registered with the Office of the Public Guardian (OPG). Once the document has been signed, if you wish to have it registered, it should be returned to our The Will Plus team who will arrange this for you. Registration with the OPG is an additional service we can provide. The process at the OPG can take as long as 15 weeks and the document is then returned to us for storing on your behalf. Once registered, the LPA will continue to be a legal document until the donor dies.