Power of Attorney

A Power of Attorney allows someone of your choosing to take control of your affairs and welfare if you are incapacitated. This is often a partner or other family member. 

Fixed Fee Power of Attorney Service


A Power of Attorney typically allows relatives or other loved ones to look after your affairs in the event that you find yourself incapacitated or unable to look after your own affairs.

Powers of Attorney can be restricted to financial affairs only or to a broader level of control.

Price List


ItemPricingExisting Customer*
Simple Will£295 plus VAT£236 plus VAT
Simple Will & Power of Attorney£495 plus VAT£396 plus VAT
Simple Will and Power of Attorney – Couple£795 plus VAT£636 plus VAT
Simple ‘Mirror’ Wills£450 plus VAT£360 plus VAT
Power of Attorney£350 plus VAT£280 plus VAT
Power of Attorney – Couple£500 plus VAT£400 plus VAT

* If you have instructed MOV8 to represent you in any legal or estate agency work in the past 12 months, for example if you have paid for conveyancing or estate agency services, you are eligible for a 20% discount on our fees for wills and powers of attorney. Please confirm your eligibility for this offer with the MOV8 colleague who is producing your will or power of attorney at the point when you instruct us to proceed.

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