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Form: Claim a deputyship fee refund

Office Of The Public Guardian

October 4
09:21 2019

Details

You can apply for a refund of deputyship fees paid to the Office of the Public Guardian in England and Wales between 1 April 2008 and 31 March 2015.

If youre a deputy acting under a current court order, you do not need to apply for a refund. Youll get one automatically if your client paid too much in fees.

Form you fill in on screen

You can fill in this form and save it using Adobe Reader XI. If you save it to your computer, you do not have to complete the form in one go.

To use this interactive PDF:

  1. save it to your computer

  2. fill it in

  3. save it to your computer and send it as an email attachment with your evidence, or print the completed form and post it with your evidence

Form you fill in with a pen

To use this PDF:

  1. print the form

  2. fill it in with a pen

  3. sign it

  4. send it by post with your evidence

Apply by email

Send the form and your evidence as email attachments to:DeputyshipFeeRefunds@justice.gov.uk

Youll need to attach scanned copies or clear photographs of original documents. The email size limit is 10MB but you can send more than one email.

Please write Deputyship fee refund application as the subject.

Apply by post

Post the form and your evidence to:

Deputyship fee refunds
Office of the Public Guardian
PO Box 10796
Nottingham
NG2 9WF

Help and alternative formats

Email or call to ask for:

  • a copy of the form
  • alternative formats braille, large print or audio CD

If you email us for support, please include:

  • the name of the form you want
  • your name
  • your address
  • your telephone number

Contact us

Email: customerservices@publicguardian.gov.uk

Telephone: 0300 456 0300 (choose option 6)

Textphone: 0115 934 2778

Lines are open Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 9am to 5pm, Wednesday 10am to 5pm.

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Your privacy is important to us and protected in law by the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the Data Protection Act 2018 (DPA).

Published 4 October 2019

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