Supporting you and your Family with all Court of Protection matters.
If a member of your family has lost mental capacity for any reason, and there are no power of attorney agreements in place, then the Court of Protection has the ultimate responsibility for making decisions on their behalf.
To make decisions for the affected family members relating to financial or personal matters, you’ll need to apply to the Court of Protection. Graham & Rosen’s specialist legal team is there to support your family with a full range of matters relating to the Court of Protection, including:
Working closely with your family, we’ll guide you through the process to help ensure that the right decisions are made on behalf of your loved one.
We also offer a full legal support package for Court of Protection deputies. In addition to providing honest, expert legal advice, we can also provide practical assistance to ensure that all of your legal responsibilities are fulfilled, including the preparation of yearly accounts.
Becoming a court of protection deputy can be a huge undertaking. Court of Protection deputies are entirely responsible for making big decisions relating to the affected person’s care, finances and personal affairs.
In some cases, family members disagree on who should be appointed, or the decisions made by a deputy, which can cause unnecessary conflict and division.
At Graham & Rosen, we offer a professional deputy service that is designed to take the stress, risk and responsibility away. Independent, impartial and bound by law to act in the best interests of the affected at all times, we will work with your family to make the right decisions on behalf of your loved one.
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