Capacity and Court of Protection

When caring for family members and loved ones, it is essential their best interests are put first, to protect all they have worked so hard for. In certain circumstances, family members and loved ones may no longer have the mental capacity required to make important decisions regarding their finances. In this instance, our Court of Protection solicitors can help.

Our Expert Court Of Protection Solicitors can help if:

  • You are responsible for managing someone else’s affairs
  • You are concerned about the ability of someone else to manage your affairs
  • You are concerned about the ability of someone to manage another person’s affairs
  • You are concerned about your own ability to manage your affairs
  • There is a dispute or uncertainty about someone’s ability to make decisions for him/herself
  • There is a dispute about what social care, residence or medical treatment is in a person’s best interests
  • Dealing with Part 3 of the Children and Families Act 2014

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