Court of Protection
The Court of Protection is located in London and its decisions are typically made by district judges, although High Court judges may also hear cases. This court is responsible for making rulings regarding financial and welfare issues for individuals who are unable to make decisions for themselves due to a lack of mental capacity.
Our COP and Trust team can help you with your deputyship and LPA applications. We can also be your point of call if you need to deal with any challenges that looking after a vulnerable person may bring.
Request for a Legal Consultation
Garner & Hancock realise that the prospect of pursuing a legal matter can be challenging, so we offer an initial phone consultation to discuss your options, and to give you information that will help you make the right choices affecting your case.
FAQ – Deputyship
A deputy appointed by the Court of Protection makes decisions for someone who lacks mental capacity. There are two types: one for property and financial affairs and one for health and welfare.
We believe our business begins and ends with you and your needs, as our client. Therefore, we are committed to providing the best client care and advice which will give you confidence that your matter is handled with the utmost care.
How Can We Help You?
We’re here to assist you. Simply send us your query, and we’ll provide an initial consultation to anyone seeking legal assistance. Don’t hesitate to contact us anytime for help with your legal matters.