Convenient Wills, 16 Thomas Avenue, Newcastle-
The OPG’s web site is now incorporated in the ‘www.gov.uk’ website.
The www.gov.uk site gives advice on Lasting Powers of Attorney (“LPA”) and Enduring Power of Attorney (“EPA”), including up-
You can download LPA Forms and guidance notes from their web site.
Before the LPA can be used it must be registered. The registration forms can be also be downloaded from the same site.
You might want to note their telephone number above. They do not advertise this number too well.
Note: Although in theory the general public can make their own LPAs, by downloading the relevant forms and completing them, you might find it more effective to use our ‘home-
Want to make a donation to charity? Want to know how profitable a charity is, or its aims and objects, or identify a charity of your choice?
This site enables you to search out the options, check a charity’s status, and identify their charity number.
Need to know how to arrange probate? Require application forms? This is the web site you need.
The main menu gives access to a wide range of information.
Application forms can be downloaded; just enter ‘probate’ into the search field on their website for a full list of relevant forms.
This web site discusses organ donation and allows you to register on-
HM Revenue and Customs -
This web site gives access to the HMRC’s inheritance tax manual.
The manual is comprehensive, providing detailed and specific advice on Inheritance tax.
You may need to think a little ‘outside of the box’ when trying to locate the information you need; the information is there but finding it is sometimes a little difficult.
The Land Registry’s web site is now incorporated in the ‘www.gov.uk’ website.
You might want to note their help-
To search the Land Registry will cost you £3. You will need to create an ‘account’ with them to use their ‘portal’ service.
You can download the forms necessary to (say) sever the tenancy of a property by downloading the forms from this web site.
This charity provides valuable and much needed support for people [living in Staffordshire and Cheshire] who are experiencing the consequences of a bereavement, or any other form of trauma. Professional staff will help you through your time of need.
This is our supported charity.
Do you want to donate your body to medical science? The Keele Medical School web site has a number of downloads available to help you -
If you live locally to Stoke-
School of Medicine Anatomy Facility
Keele, Staffs ST5 5BG
They will give you advice on donating your body for medical research, and supply you with the necessary forms.
If you live further afield then speak to your local NHS hospital in the first instance; they will direct you to the local training medical school.
A resource site for anyone who is contemplating planning their funeral arrangements. It includes many unusual options to celebrate a person’s life.
The proprietor -
Need another professional service? You could find the answer from the searchable web site.