If you have lost or misplaced your original Deed Poll, then this is the service you need.
Replacement Deed Poll is a legal document which proves that you have changed your name previously, and you have been using your new name since then. The document will show your current name, your former name and the date of name change.
The original lost Deed Poll does not need to be issued by our company for us to provide a replacement, it can be issued by any Deed Poll drafting service, solicitor or notary public. We can provide a Replacement Deed Poll, no matter who you originally purchased your lost Deed Poll from.
We guarantee that our Deed Poll will be accepted by all UK based public and private organisations, or your money back!
The online process is straightforward and takes a few minutes only. We will post your Deed Poll the next working day by recorded delivery. Rated Excellent on Trustpilot.
- Deed Poll.
- Duplicate copies if ordered.
- Easy-to-follow guide.
- A list of organisations you may notify.
- Hand Drafted Deed Poll.
- Free UK Recorded Delivery.
- Comprehensive Guide.
- Guaranteed Acceptance in the UK.
- Email Support.
We are one of the UK leading Deed Poll providers. We help thousands of people change their names each year through our Guaranteed Deed Poll service. We are registered in England and Wales, and with the Data Protection Authority. We are rated Excellent by our customers. See all reviews
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We guarantee that our Deed Poll will be accepted by all UK public departments and companies
Our Deed Polls have been prepared and checked by experts taking into consideration all the legal requirements.
Transparent prices with no hidden costs. £17 for one Deed Poll. £4 per extra copy. Free UK postage.
It takes a few minutes to complete your order. We will post your order the next working day with a UK recorded delivery.
No Solicitor Required
You do not need your Deed Poll to be signed or drafted by a solicitor. There are no legal requirements to do so.