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Court of Protection

If someone you care for becomes incapable of dealing with their affairs and they have not made a Lasting Power of Attorney, an application must be made to the Court of Protection for appointment of a "Deputy" to manage that person's property and financial affairs and/or make personal welfare decisions.

The process of applying for a Deputyship Order can be time-consuming and confusing. Steeles Law can assist you with all aspects of the Deputyship, including:

  • ascertaining the person's property and income
  • completing the application forms and arranging the medical certificate
  • implementing the Order, and notifying all relevant institutions and authorities
  • making applications for special directions
  • completing the required annual Deputyship report

Please contact us for further guidance and information.

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