There are times when the Court of Protection will be needed to authorise an action that you wish to take as attorney or deputy, or where a dispute has escalated and the input of the Court is required. Examples of when this may happen include:
In these situations and many others, you may benefit from seeking legal advice about the best next steps, the likely outcomes, potential costs and how they will be met, how the incapable person will be represented in the proceedings, and alternative ways that the dispute can be settled, to avoid long and costly proceedings. We are here to help guide you through this process. Please do not hesitate to give us a call to see if we can help.
Advising an attorney concerned with financial abuse of a loved one by family members.
Advising attorneys and deputies in respect of OPG investigations.
Advising attorneys / Deputies in relation to disputes.
Advising on capacity questions relating to gifting.
Advising minor beneficiaries and other family members in respect of statutory wills.
Acting as professional deputy in high value clinical negligence and personal injury matters.
Advising on care fee planning and third-party liability for the same.