Elderly & vulnerable care - Court of Protection

While you may be fully able to deal with your finances and property, family members or friends might not be. People who have a mental impairment, for instance through age, ill health or as a result of an accident often need someone to look after their finances.

The Court of Protection is a specialist court set up to help a people who wish to look after the finances of a vulnerable relative or friend.

Our specialist team of solicitors can offer advice and assistance on the options available if a friend or relative can no longer look after their finances, contact us on 0203 837 3658.

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Areas of specialism

  • Assisting with applications to the Court of Protection to become a Receiver
  • Acting as independent Professional Receiver for mentally incapacitated persons
  • Assisting non-professional Receivers in their role and obligations to the Court
  • Advice and assistance with annual accounts required by the Court of Protection
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