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The LPA is a legal document which allows a person who is at least 21 years of age ('donor'), to voluntarily appoint one or more persons ('donee(s)') to make decisions and act on his/her behalf if he/she loses mental capacity one day. A donee can be appointed to act in the two broad areas of
personal welfare and property & affairs matters.
Infographic summary on How to Make an LPA
The OPG has extended the LPA Form 1 application fee waiver for Singapore citizens to
31 March 2023, to encourage more Singaporeans to plan ahead and apply for a Lasting Power of Attorney.
Click here to see the
LPA Application Fee Table.
Nonetheless, applicants are required to pay a fee to engage an LPA Certificate Issuer to witness and certify their applications.
Click here to view the List of Most Visited LPA Certificate Issuers and the fees they charge. This list includes Non-Government Organisations who also offer LPA Certificate Issuing services.
Click here for more information on
How to Make an LPA.
*Note: This refers to a Singapore solicitor qualified to practice Singapore law in a Singapore law practice.