Court of Protection/Deputyship Applications

The Court of Protection is a branch of the Court that assist people who lack capacity to deal with their own affairs. This could be by the appointment of an Attorney or a Deputy, who may be a family member or friend, who can then deal with day to day decisions.

Some decisions need Court approval, such as making lifetime gifts, the making of a Statutory Will and tax planning.

We have considerable experience in dealing with such applications to the Court and dealing with the ongoing administration required by the Court.

Our specialists

Jackie Cuff
Chartered Legal Executive and Shaftesbury Office Manager

Val King
Senior Chartered Legal Executive