Court ofProtection

If your friend or family member does not have a power of attorney in place and they are unable to manage their affairs then an application to the Court of Protection for Deputyship may be appropriate.

A trusted person is appointed by the court as a Deputy who can look after and handle all their financial affairs. We can act as the Deputy or as an advisor to the Deputy. We can help prepare and submit the court papers and also advise on more specialist and specific applications for selling property, making a Statutory Will or health and welfare applications.

Emma acts as a Deputy for a number of clients and often takes on referrals from Social Services. If you would like advice or whether Deputyship is appropriate then please do contact us by email or phone or pop in and see us for more information.

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