The Court of Protection
Fast, effective & harmonious legal decision making for incapacitated people
Understanding Powers & Making Applications
If an existing Enduring Power of Attorney exists, it may need to be registered with the Court of Protection. If you have been appointed as an Attorney, we can help you understand what your powers are and what duties you are expected to perform, and help you carry them out.
It might be that no Power of Attorney was made and it is now appropriate to apply to the Court of Protection to have someone appointed to make decisions for the incapacitated person.
Conflict Resolution for Harmonious Action
This can cause family disputes as to who should be responsible. Getting a decision made as quickly and harmoniously as possible is in everyone’s best interests at this pressurised time. We can help resolve any conflicts that arise by either mediation or by requesting a decision from the court, and get the necessary powers in place as quickly as possible.