Our Court of Protection expertise and breadth of experience advises clients on all aspects of Court of Protection proceedings. We represent the interests of clients who lack capacity, their family members and other concerned parties.
Some examples of areas we regularly advise on:
- Sadly issues of abuse of incapacitated and vulnerable adults do arise, whether financial or otherwise and we can assist in those circumstances
- Applications to the Court of Protection on behalf of someone who wishes to be appointed as deputy for a person lacking capacity.
- Permission to sell property and provide for spouse or children
Many of these situations have Human Rights Act implications, for example, Article 8: Right to Respect for Private and Family Life might also be relevant. Article 5: Right to Liberty and Security is relevant in unlawful deprivation of liberty cases and
We are happy to talk to you about your concerns whether they relate to you or someone else.