Are you looking for a Singapore Lawyer to draft a Lasting Power of Attorney at a nett fixed price of S$80?

An LPA allows you (the Donor) to indicate your personal choice of a trusted person(s) who can automatically step forward to act on your behalf if a doctor certifies that you have lost mental capacity.

Making an LPA also allows your loved ones to avoid having to $5,000 to $10,000 in legal fees to obtain a court order to make decisions on your behalf. This can avoid potential disputes within the family about who should make your decisions for you.

It also allows your Donee to immediately start managing your matters (personal welfare and/or property & affairs) instead of having to wait for the entire court process of appointing a deputy before any action can be take which may take as long as six months.

This means much quicker access to your bank accounts and insurance payouts to ensure that they can pay for your medical care and your upkeep.


With effect from January 2020, we no longer submit LPAs to the OPG on behalf of clients, due to the risk of the LPAs being lost in the post. We provide our clients with envelopes addressed to the Office of Public Guardian with local 60-cent stamps to post the LPAs themselves .

If clients wish to send the LPAs by registered post to the OPG, they can choose to do so by going to their nearest post office and sending the LPA by registered post.

By engaging us to do your LPA, you are deemed to have agreed that our services only include preparation and execution of the LPA. However, submission of the LPA by post (throwing into the post box) and checking that it is received and registered by the OPG (by searching on OPG's website) is the duty of the client.

At our low price of $80 compared to market rates, it is not possible for us to incur liability for lost mail or be responsible for checking with OPG whether the LPA is registered or not.

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