All Lasting Power of Attorney (“LPA”) must be registered with the Office of the Public Guardian in Singapore
To register the LPA, you will need to do the following:
- Complete the LPA Forms available here.
- Sign the LPA Forms before a certificate issuer (lawyer, medical practitioner, registered psychiatrist);
- Send the completed LPA Forms, NRIC copies of donor, donee(s) and replacement donee(s) to the Office of the Public Guardian by post.
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Please ensure that:
- The LPA application is submitted to the Office of the Public Guardian within 6 months form the date of the donor signs the LPA Form.
- Ensure all information provided is complete and all parts are signed and dated correctly before submitting to Office of the Public Guardian.
- The donor signs every page of the LPA form.
- Signatures of the donor, donee(s) or replacement donee(s) should be consistent and clear.
- The donor should not delete or amend any part of the LPA Form.
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