Court of Protection Applicants

Putting care into practice 

Should one of your loved ones be suffering from a loss of mental capacity and they do not have Lasting Powers of Attorney in place, we understand how important it is for you to be able to manage that person’s affairs and be reassured that, through the careful combination of legal and financial expertise, your loved one will not be exploited in any way or be restricted from receiving essential financial support.  

We will act in accordance with all Court of Protection regulations; carefully guiding you through the application to be appointed as a deputy and any subsequent decisions you may need to make for example approval of the Court to make a statutory Will or sell a property.

Not only can our highly experienced team guide you through the process of becoming a deputy, but we are also able to act as a deputy where needed.  Through our extensive experience in handling such sensitive situations, we understand the considerable importance in acting with complete integrity and professionalism at all times.

For any queries regarding deputyships, call your local office.

What our customers say

Highly recommend

“Excellent service and advice.  Explained all options and consequences of decisions in an easy to understand and calm manner.  Thank you Helen.  Highly recommend.”

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