Court of Protection Deputyship Orders

Court of Protection Deputyship Orders

If a loved one is no longer able to make decisions themselves and they have not completed Lasting Powers of Attorney, a family member may apply to the Court of Protection to be appointed to manage their affairs.

The Court of Protection specifically deals with those who are unable to make decisions themselves and will decide who is the right person to help manage their affairs.

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Applying to the Court of Protection is quite a long process which sometimes demands ongoing legal expertise. At Temperley Taylor, our expert solicitors are here to help and guide you going forward. We’ll deal with your matter in a compassionate and professional manner to get the best outcome for you and your family.

At Temperley Taylor, our aim is to get the best outcome for you and your family. We can help with all manner of Court of Protection duties including:

  • Completing the application forms
  • Helping to obtain medical evidence
  • Liaising with the Court
  • Assisting with annual court reports
  • Guiding clients on finances and accounts

We appreciate how sensitive this branch of the law can be and how complex making an application to the Court of Protection can become, that’s why our specialist solicitors are on hand to provide you with expert legal advice and help you get the best results for all parties concerned.