25 April 2023 Money Carer
Appointeeship, Deputyship, Carer Cards, Power of Attorney Appointeeship - FAQ's

Form BF56 must be completed and submitted to the relevant DWP department to become an appointee. An appointment with a DWP Visiting Officer must be made so that the DWP can assess the suitability of a person or organisation that is applying to take on the legal role.

Background checks against the individual or organisation may be made also with consent.

For further information about becoming a DWP appointee, please download our appointee guide for family members.



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