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How to become a deputy

If you would like to know more about how to become a deputy then contact our free legal helpline by phone or email.

What is a deputy?

If a person loses mental capacity and does not have a Power of Attorney in place, it may be necessary to apply...Read More »


Court of Protection gift dispute

A mother’s gift to her sons is being reviewed by the court. Solicitor Chris Green is assisting the two attorneys in a Court of Protection gift dispute. Here are the details.

Our clients were appointed as attorneys under a Lasting Power of Attorney made by their mother.

Because...Read More »


Court of Protection fees

If you would like us to deal with your court application and require further guidance on Court of Protection fees then call our free legal helpline or send us an email.

The Court of Protection usually charges a court fee of £365 for each application it deals with. 

However,...Read More »


Appointing a professional deputy

Court of protection lawyer, Chris Green, looks at what is involved in appointing a professional deputy.

If a person loses mental capacity and does not have a power of attorney in place, it may be necessary to apply to the court of protection for a deputyship order.

A deputy is someone who...Read More »


How marriage affects the validity of a will

Wills & weddings can be a difficult marriage. For further information on how marriage affects the validity of a will contact our free legal helpline on 0808 139 1606 or by dropping us an email.

A recent case in the Court of Protection has highlighted how marriage affects the validity of...Read More »


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