Court of Protection
Where a person becomes mentally incapable of managing their affairs The Mental Capacity Act 2005 provides the framework to protect such people. It is supported by a Code of Practice that provides guidance to all those who care for and make decisions on behalf of those who lack capacity. The lack of capacity could be the result of a sudden illness, accident or old age but whatever the reason it often produces immediate practical concerns, as well as emotional upheaval for those nearest and dearest to the person affected.
Couchman Hanson solicitors understand how daunting the prospect of applying to the Court of Protection to be a Deputy can be. We offer both support and practical advice to those who need to make such an application and as a Professional Deputy herself Christine is able to guide families through this complex procedure.
Contact us today on 01428 722189 – we can help.