If you applied to register a power of attorney in England or Wales between 1 st April 2013 and 31 st March 2017, then you may be eligible to receive a refund of part of your application fee. The refund applies for both lasting powers of attorney...
Our probate team is frequently instructed to act on Court of Protection matters. As solicitors we can be appointed as professional deputies or we can advise the person likely to look after the mentally incapacitated person's affairs, finances and all aspects of Court of Protection.
The Court of Protection's primary role is to protect those who cannot manage their own decisions and finances in their best interest. Additionally it seeks to regulate those that are appointed to look after a vulnerable person's finances.
We have been carrying out Court of Protection work on behalf of vulnerable people and appointed individuals for over 30 years. We are also regularly appointed by local authorities which is testament to our skills in this field.