Court of Protection and Lasting Powers of Attorney
Court of Protection
The Court of Protection is an organisation which is created to assist needy people with some of the following, whether this includes elderly persons or persons who are unable to manage and deal with their personal and administrative matters;
THE COURT OF PROTECTION ASSIST IN THE FOLLOWING WAYS;
- They help people in making decisions in relation to their financial or welfare matters where anyone is unable to make such decisions, for example where one lacks capacity to make their own decisions.
- The Court of Protection has the Power to Appoint ‘Deputies’ to take decisions for the ‘Doner’ giver of the power and the Court of Protection has the power to remove the deputy if they misuse their powers.
- They assess the validity of the Powers of Attorney and hear any objections to The Lasting Powers of Attorney and Enduring Powers of Attorney.
Our Firm assist with the Drafting, Registration and other matters relating to Lasting Powers of Attorney for Property and Affairs and Personal Welfare, The Application and Registration of Deputyship and Trusteeship Orders and in applying for the alteration or revocation of existing Powers of Attorney, which we deal with in an efficient and proactive manner, whereby our prices are fixed and highly competitive.
Lasting Powers of Attorney
It is not always possible to handle your own affairs, whether financial or relating to your health and personal welfare and often it is simple to appoint an Attorney to look after your day to day affairs and to take decisions on your behalf should you find yourself unable to manage your own affairs.
We offer a competitively fixed price, and fast and efficient service in applying to the Office of the Public Guardian for the registration of the Lasting Powers of Attorney, whether that be a Lasting Power of Attorney relating to Property and Financial Affairs, which relate to your money and property affairs, or a Lasting Power of Attorney for Personal Welfare, which relates to your personal health and welfare decisions, which sometimes need to be taken quickly and by a trusted and responsible person or persons who you nominate as your attorney.