At Future Planning Solutions, our dedicated solicitors offer expert advice to guide people through the process of submitting an application to the Court of Protection.
If you’d like to talk to our experts about your circumstances, call us now on 01282 695 400.
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What is the Court of Protection?
The Court of Protection is a judicial body which is responsible for making decisions relating to the management of the affairs of individuals who lack the mental capacity to do so on their own.
This includes both financial and personal matters and aims to ensure that the best interest of those unable to manage their affairs are protected.
The Court of Protection is also responsible for registering Lasting Powers of Attorney. You can find out more about registering a Lasting Power of Attorney here.
How can a solicitor help you make an application to the Court of Protection?
The specialist solicitors at Future Planning can guide you through the completion and submission of an application to the Court of Protection. Our dedicated team will be available to provide the advice that you need every step of the way.
There are two types of Court of Protection Deputyship:
– Deputyship for property and affairs
– Deputyship for personal welfare
The law surrounding an application to the Court of Protection is complex and we would always recommend seeking the proper legal advice. Our dedicated team has the experience to ensure that the process of making an application runs smoothly.
Why choose the Court of Protection solicitors at Future Planning Solutions?
At Future Planning Solutions, our dedicated team of solicitors will be on hand to guide you through the entire process of making an application to the Court of Protection.
We will be available to provide any support that may you need in your role as a Deputy.
It is our aim to develop long lasting relationships with everyone we represent, meaning that you can always seek the advice from a solicitor you know and can trust.
If you’d like to talk to one of our trusted solicitors about your circumstances, call us now on 01282 695 400.