Court of Protection
Court of Protection – the complex made simple
If you or a member of your family, through illness or accident, is unable to look after your / their legal and financial affairs and a Lasting Power of Attorney is not in place, then the Court will appoint a Deputy on your behalf. This could be a member of your family.
We help those people who have put themselves forward to act for a relative as Deputy. The obligations and demands that come with the role can be time consuming. We also know the complex emotions involved when the decision is made to hand over Deputyship. We exist to make your life easier. We make the complex simple.
On occasions we are asked to act as a Deputy and have done so for many families over the years.
We’re here to make your life easier to enable you to get on with the things that are really important to you. We are great listeners and we understand your situation.