Should a family member or loved one experience difficulty making their own decisions – and there is no Power of Attorney in place, it may be necessary for you to make an Application to the Court of Protection for a “Deputy” to safeguard and manage their financial affairs.
Our dedicated Court of Protection Solicitors can explain fully about applying to the Court of Protection and the legal duties of Deputyship, with clear jargon advice and timely action to help speed up the Application.
We can advise and assist with:
- Becoming a Court of Protection Deputy
- Appointing a professional Deputy
- Support with administration and decision-making
- Advice on financial planning, investments and inheritance tax
- Disputes over a relative’s finances
- Disputes over a vulnerable person’s welfare and best interests
- Statutory Wills
- Support and advice for those acting with Power of Attorney