Court of ProtectionENG

This practical legal publication assists practitioners working on Court of Protection matters as well as those advising on capacity issues and deprivation of liberty.

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This practical legal publication assists practitioners working on Court of Protection matters.

The process of making an application to the Court of Protection is discussed along with capacity issues, deprivation of liberty orders, and the role of a deputy. There is guidance on applying for deputyship as well as managing and terminating a deputyship.

All the necessary forms and letters are listed in the matter plan, including:

  • Letters to medical contacts;
  • Letters to the vulnerable person; and
  • Letters to family members, notifiable people, and potential respondents.

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    “When individuals cannot manage their affairs and have no process in place for an attorney to manage them, the Court of Protection can be asked to make decisions for them. The Court of Protection has a number of judges and experts with the same powers as the High Court and the authority to set ...”

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