MDPROA Legal Services

An extensive range of legal services are available to members of the Retired Officers Association including:

  • Will writing
  • Lasting powers of attorney
  • Renunciation of executorship
  • Probate
  • Severance of joint tenancy
  • Conveyancing
  • Re-mortgaging
  • Financial mis-selling claims
  • Personal injury – road traffic accident cases *
  • Personal injury – other accidents eg public/occupiers liability *
  • Industrial disease claims due to former employment eg asbestos related conditions *

The services will be provided through a wholly owned subsidiary of Thompsons namely BBH Legal Services Limited. Members will be entitled to a discounted service on confirmation of their membership details by contacting them on 0800 051 4218 or email info@bbhlegal.co.uk

Further information can be found by clicking on the links below:

Buy & Sell
Equity Release
New Build
PPI
Remortgaging

This service can be accessed by telephone using the numbers available to DPF members – 0800 587 7520 in England & Wales, 0800 801 299 in Scotland

*As regards personal injury/industrial diseases, Thompsons who work with the DPF and trade union movement have been able to provide a completely free service to members of the DPF and unions and have now extended this to ROA members. This means that members have nothing to pay at any time and will retain the 100% of any compensation recovered as they will benefit from the collective conditional fee agreement (CCFA) between Thompsons and the DPF in England & Wales with equivalent arrangements in Scotland.

MDP RETIRED OFFICERS ASSOCIATION Tax Refund Company – Please click here for full details of this sevice.

ROA News & Alerts


Financial support from The Charity for Civil Servants

Life throws up many challenges, and frequently they go hand in hand with money worries. Particularly at this current time, financial worries can be intertwined with fears around the pandemic.

The Charity can help with all sorts of financial issues, whether your income has suddenly reduced from job loss or ill health, or whether you’re unable to pay for essential items that need replacing. You may have taken the steps to leave a relationship and need to move on, or you may have lost someone and find it hard to cope financially, as well as struggling with bereavement.

They can’t promise to pay for everything you need, but they’ll work with you to understand what they can help with, and look at your individual needs in confidence and without judgement.

For further information about the many ways the Charity can help, take a look at their website or call to speak to an Adviser in confidence on Freephone 0800 056 2424

My Document Locator

The ROA has made available to members a 'My Document Locator' which is produced in the form of a booklet that can be used as a check list of personal documents that records where key personal records, assets and papers can be located in the event of death or incapacity. It is not a Will but simply a check list. The booklet can be downloaded by clicking here.