Court of Protection
This is a process which involves the Court when a person loses the capacity to make their own decisions and cannot therefore make a Lasting Power of Attorney. This is for property and affairs and also personal welfare. The Court must appoint a Deputy.
The process consists of medical assessments and other relevant documentation and persons to be informed with the possibility of a hearing if objections are raised.
Again, with personal experience with a family member, we are equipped to know just what you are going through. We can take the stress out of a daunting and onerous process in which we can relieve the administrative responsibilities and advise you step by step.
If you instruct us to prepare a PAIR of LPAs we will provide a Will free of charge.