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Appointeeship

An appointeeship lets someone manage someone else’s government benefits and claims.  

Register an appointeeship

If you already have an appoineeship, you’ll need to register it with us before you can use it.

Third-party authority

A third-party authority is a temporary arrangement between you and someone you trust to access your bank accounts with us on your behalf.

Power of attorney

A power of attorney (PoA) is a legal document that lets a person make decisions about property and finances on someone else’s behalf. The process of setting it up can be complicated, and it’s often needed at a difficult time, which is why we’re here to support you in any way we can.

Court of Protection order

A Court of Protection (CoP) order is a legal document that lets a person (the ‘deputy’, in legal documentation) make decisions about property and finances on behalf of someone who, due to mental incapacity, can no longer make those decisions themselves (the ‘donor’). The process of setting it up can be complicated, and it’s often needed at a difficult time, which is why we’re here to support you in any way we can.

Guardianship (missing persons) order

A guardianship (missing persons) order (GMPO) is a court-appointed document that lets someone take care of the property and finances of a person who’s been missing for an extended period of time.