The Court of Protection is a judicial body responsible for aiding those who no longer have the mental capacity to make decisions about their affairs.
The Court of Protection can make decisions relating to:
- Health and Welfare.
- Finances and Property.
It is essential that you seek the advice of a trusted solicitor who can advise and assist you with Court of Protection and Deputyship matters and the Mental Capacity Act. At Berlad Graham LLP, we ensure that all our clients, including elderly and vulnerable adults, are protected and listened to throughout their matter.
Court of Protection Solicitors
There are various matters where you may require the support of a solicitor relating to the Court of Protection.
At Berlad Graham LLP, we have experience in advising with the following matters:
- Court of Protection applications.
- Acting as professional deputies where required.
- Supporting laypeople where necessary to apply to become a deputy.
- Assisting with the Mental Capacity assessment process.
- Advising and supporting deputies with their responsibilities.
- Advising and supporting should disputes arise concerning the decisions being made for the person who lacks mental capacity.
To speak to an experienced and knowledgeable solicitor about a Court of Protection application or becoming a Deputy, please contact Berlad Graham LLP on 0330 175 5655 or email email@example.com.
In ideal cases, your loved one will have set up a Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA). However, in cases where there is no LPA, you should apply to the Court of Protection to become a Deputy. Being a Deputy allows you to make decisions on your loved one’s behalf. Depending on the circumstances, a family member or close friend could be a Deputy. However, if this is not appropriate, it might be a professional person, such as a solicitor.
Our Court of Protection solicitors will take the time to fully understand your and your loved one’s situation, ensuring that your Deputyship application is completed to the highest standard, your wishes are met, and you are fully supported.
Solicitor for Court of Protection Near Me
Applying, and adhering to, the rules and guidelines set out by the Court of Protection can be complex, so seeking the advice of an experienced lawyer is vital.
At Berlad Graham LLP, our specialist private client solicitors have extensive knowledge of the Court of Protection and the Mental Capacity Act. If you require assistance with applying to be a deputy or instructing the Court of Protection, we would be happy to help.
Please contact our friendly team, based in Uxbridge, today on 0330 175 5655 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Private Client Services
There are a variety of circumstances in which, to protect your family, you should instruct a trusted solicitor.
At Berlad Graham LLP, our solicitors can advise and assist with the following private client matters:
- Protecting vulnerable clients.
- Lasting Power of Attorney and Deputyship Disputes.
- Wills and Estate Planning.
- Estate Administration.
- Wills and Probate Disputes.
We are proud to hold the Wills and Inheritance Quality Scheme (WIQS) accreditation as awarded by The Law Society. Our reputation, compliance and risk culture are critical to us, as it ensures that we provide a transparent, trustworthy and high-quality service.
For other important life events, Berlad Graham LLP can support you with the following:
- Residential Property transactions.
- Family Law matters.
- Immigration matters.