Life Changing, How to Become a Lord
When you think about the title Lord, what comes to mind?
Perhaps you think about privilege, the aristocracy or the elite few of society. Or maybe you think about traditional old English families with their inherited wealth and status.
These titles have been around for centuries and conjure up thoughts of high society and links to the elite. and English tradition. William the Conqueror bestowed titles on a number of his followers and supporters after he came to power, at least 13,000 new titles were put on record, today there are many more.
Famous Lords have a title of nobility and became a Lord because:
1, Inherited their title Lord following the death of a father when the title passed to the son.
2, The Queen can also make someone a Lord following recommendations by the Prime Minister or the House Of Lords Appointments Commission. These people often sit in the House of Lords but not all Lords do.
3, Did you know there's a further alternative – if you'd like to become a Lord for other purposes…
Under UK and International Law you have the right to call yourself and be known as anything you like – as long as you are not doing it for fraudulent purposes.
What's more, it's much easier to become a lord than you imagine. Simply complete our order form and supply your payment for the process, and you'll receive a document package that confirms your new presumed title in the post.
Your package includes the following:
1, A Certificate of Title: This beautiful presentation piece certifies your change of title to Lord.
2, A Title Deed: (Otherwise known as a Change of Title Deed Poll). This is a formal contract that legally binds you to giving up your old title and using your new title for all purposes.
3, Your crest/seal you can use on letters, business cards and more.
4, Detailed information of your estate and the small piece of land the allows you to become a lord.
In addition, because your new presumed title can be used on all personal and legal documents, you'll also receive comprehensive details explaining how you can add Lord to your driving licence, bank account, credit card and passport etc.