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If you are becoming concerned about your ability, or a loved one’s ability to effectively manage your (or their) affairs, we can assist and support you. At Ramsdens Solicitors, we have experts who have been approved and appointed by the Court of Protection to help manage the affairs of our clients.
Our Partner Veronica Mullins is one of only 71 Court approved Panel Deputies in the UK, meaning we are well placed to offer this type of legal advice.
To discuss your current circumstances with a knowledgeable and friendly solicitor, get in touch with us today. Contact us by calling 01484 821 500 or fill out an online enquiry form and we will be in touch at a convenient time for you.
The Court of Protection is a specialist court that helps to protect vulnerable individuals who lack the capacity to deal with their own affairs.
Our team has the legal expertise to deal with a full range of Court of Protection services, including the following:
When a person lacks the mental capacity to look after their own affairs and has not put in place a Power of Attorney, the Court of Protection will appoint a deputy to look after their affairs. The Deputy must act in that person’s best interests, following the rules of the Mental Capacity Act.
As the UK population continues to live longer, having finances and other affairs in order is vital to ensure older individuals can rest assured that their assets will be left to the person or organisation they choose.
If you are in a situation where you have become responsible for managing the affairs of another individual, seeking legal assistance is recommended. Handling another person’s affairs can be very daunting and is a huge responsibility.
A solicitor will give you the advice you require to manage someone else’s money and affairs in their best interests. A solicitor can assist if:
Ramsdens Solicitors is ranked in the prestigious Legal 500. We have the knowledge and expertise required to assist you with all Court of Protection-related issues.
We also understand the sensitive nature of such cases, and will endeavour to treat your case with the utmost care.
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