 Natalie Lang
  December 13, 2019
A Deputy, appointed to manage P’s property and finances where they lack capacity to do so themselves, must submit a report to the Office of the Public Guardian (OPG) on an annual basis. The report allows the Deputy to account for their actions/any decisions made on P’s behalf during that reporting period.
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  December 3, 2019
Ramsdens’ Court of Protection team held their annual CoP Conference supported by a panel of experts on the 28 November 2019.
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  July 22, 2019
Abuse Partner Natalie Marrison discusses a recent report, in which the Joint Committee on Human Rights said cuts to Legal Aid have left them with “grave concerns for access to justice”.
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  July 12, 2019
The Court of Protection appoints a deputy to make decisions on behalf of a person who lacks capacity. A deputy can be appointed in relation to either, or both, a person’s property and affairs and personal welfare.
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  June 17, 2019
The Mental Capacity (Amendment) Bill ("the Bill") has now been passed by both the House of Commons and House of Lords, meaning that it will become law following Royal Assent.
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  June 6, 2019
Ramsdens Solicitors are delighted to announce that Robyn Mayoh has this week been appointed as an Accredited Legal Representative under the Law Society’s Mental Capacity (Welfare) Accreditation Scheme.
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  May 22, 2019
Whether you are caring for someone with a brain injury or providing occasional support for a family member there are some small things we can all learn which will make us better equipped to do so.
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  March 7, 2019
At Ramsdens, our Private Client, Court of Protection and Mental Health Solicitors assist people with all varieties of mental impairment living in a myriad of different circumstances.
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