LPA: Introduction to Lasting Power of Attorney
This video gives an overview of the Mental Capacity Act (MCA), key terms to note, and an introduction to the LPA making process.
LPA: Making an Online LPA
This video is about making an LPA in OPG Online (OPGO).
LPA: Preparing for LPA Certification
This video explains who can be a Certificate Issuer (CI), and what Donors should do before visiting a CI to certify the LPA.
LPA: Accepting Donee Appointment
This video is about a Donee’s role, and accepting the appointment as a Donee in an LPA.
LPA: Certifying an LPA
This video explains the key role of a Certificate Issuer (CI) and how the Donor and CI digitally signs the LPA in OPGO.
LPA: Viewing and Sending LPA
This video is about viewing a Donor’s registered LPA, and sending it to third party agencies to transact on a Donor’s behalf when he/she loses mental capacity.
Deputyship: Introduction to Deputyship
This video gives an overview of deputyship reporting, roles of a Deputy and OPGO’s login process.
Deputyship: Submitting a Deputy Report
This video is about submitting a Joint Deputy Report.
Deputyship: Tasks List
This video is about filling up the ‘Tasks List’ section of the Deputy Report in OPGO.
Deputyship: Finance Tracker, Property & Affairs Matters
This video explains the functions of the Finance Tracker and filling up the ‘Property & Affairs’ section of the Deputy Report in OPGO.
Deputyship: Personal Welfare Matters
This video is about filling up the ‘Personal Welfare’ section of the Deputy Report in OPGO.
Deputyship: Updating P’s Particulars
This video is about updating P’s particulars in OPGO.
Deputyship: Updating Your Particulars
This video is about updating your particulars in OPGO.
Requesting for information in Registers of LPA and Court Orders
This video is about requesting information on a Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) and searching in the register of Court Orders appointing deputies.
Submitting Certified True Copy (CTC) Application
This video is about submitting a CTC application for a hardcopy of a Donor’s registered LPA.
A family is strained by tensions regarding care and financial decisions for their father with impaired mental capacity. What is the proactive measure available to ensure a trusted person can step forward to make decisions and act for you if you are not able to make your own decisions one day?
Why Should You Make An LPA?
Find out why you should consider making an LPA today.
Webinar on Deputyship Duties
Are you a newly-appointed Deputy? Keen to better equip yourself as a proxy decision maker for your loved one who has lost mental capacity?