Wills, Trust & Probate
The Court of Protection exists to deal with all matters that relate to those who unfortunately lack mental capacity to make decisions themselves.
There are times when an individual isn’t capable of making decisions about where their own best interests. The Court of Protection exists to deal with all matters that relate to those who unfortunately lack mental capacity to make decisions themselves.
Essentially, there are two main areas that the Court will make decisions regarding:
It has the power to:
Although we would always recommend people plan ahead and put a lasting power of attorney in place for situations such as this, we understand that this is not always possible and are here to help you resolve the subsequent issues.
Our solicitors have extensive experience in handling matters relating to the Court of Protection. If you or someone close to you is losing Mental Capacity contact our specialist Court of Protection lawyers right away.
In some areas of private client law, we offer an introductory meeting with a member of our legal team.
This meeting is free and designed for you to get to know our firm, your solicitor and to discuss your case. By completing this initial meeting you can make an informed choice about how you want to move forward to get the best results.
This initial meeting is up to 30 minutes long and free of charge. This meeting is not designed to offer advice. If specific advice is required and you’d like to continue past the 30 minutes, please let your solicitor know and you may be able to carry on into a more detailed consultation. This time will be chargeable, but your solicitor will tell you how much it will be.