If you have a loved one who lacks the mental capacity to make important decisions about their affairs, our Court of Protection team can help.
There are a number of reasons a person may not have or lose their mental capacity, including birth injuries, brain injuries, learning disabilities, mental health issues or conditions such as dementia. In these cases, another person may be required to make decisions on their behalf.
Whether you have concerns about the decisions being made on behalf of a loved one or would like to be able to support them by being appointed as a deputy (allowing you to make decisions), then we can help.
We understand this is often a difficult time, our team of specialist solicitors will ensure you fully understand every step of the process. Get in touch today for a confidential discussion.