The Court of Protection helps people who can no longer make some or all of their own decisions. In most cases, this means a Deputy needs to be appointed to act as a legal representative for that person, making sure that things like finances are taken care of on behalf of the family.
Our team can guide you and your family through this often complicated and emotional process covering:
- Court of Protection applications
- Appointing a deputy
- Changing a deputy
- Ongoing deputyship support
- Gifts and tax planning
- Wills & probate