Court of Protection

In the event a loved one lacks mental capacity and is unable to make financial or welfare decisions on their own, an application to the Court of Protection to appoint a deputy may be required. As an appointed deputy, you are authorised to make decisions on their behalf.

We can assist with:

Making an application to the Court of Protection: We can guide you through the Court application, explaining the process in simple terms to keep you informed and provide you with the peace of mind that the application is correct.

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