We are experts in assisting people who require a decision from the Court of Protection, whether it is obtaining the authority to manage a parent’s finances when they have advanced dementia or where there is a dispute between family members and the local authority as to where someone should live.
The Court of Protection makes decisions on behalf of people who lack the ability (mental capacity) to make decisions.
These issues can be very troubling; we will listen to your problems and offer you practical guidance on how we can help.
You may also have concerns about a loved one, who cannot speak for themselves, and whether the care they receive is in their best interests. For example, they may not be allowed to leave a nursing home. We can advise on what steps can be taken to ensure that actions are taken which are clearly in their best interests.