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Court of Protection Solicitors Manchester

When you or someone close to you becomes unable to manage their affairs due to old age, injury or illness, it can feel overwhelming and confusing. Our Court of Protection and Deputyship specialists are experienced in helping people work out how a decision can be made.

Our knowledge of court of protection law safeguards the rights of those who lack sufficient mental capacity to make critical decisions for themselves. We provide expert legal advice that ensures people have access to the right medical care, residential protection, social services and financial support at a time when they need it most.

We are a trusted legal advisor to many individuals and families across both Greater Manchester and the North West.

Free Initial Telephone Discussion

To find out how we can assist and for a free tailored quote, please call us on 0161 330 6821 or fill in our online form. Alternatively, you can email us on bromleys@bromleys.co.uk and we’ll call you back.

We act on behalf of a wide spectrum of clients with different needs to ensure they reach the outcome they desire.

What is the Court of Protection?

The Court of Protection is there to protect the interests of those who are unable to make decisions about their finances, health or welfare and it could be a temporary or permanent condition.

Although we would always advise that people plan ahead and put in place a Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) for situations such as this, we appreciate that this is not always possible and that’s why we are here to help you resolve any issues.

If a relative or loved one is no longer able to manage their affairs, we can help you to make an application to the Court of Protection.

Deputyship

If there is no valid power of attorney in place then the Court of Protection will make a decision to appoint a deputy to manage a person’s welfare, property and financial affairs when that person no longer has the mental capacity to make these decisions for themselves.

The person appointed can be a relative, friend or someone professionally appointed, such as a solicitor. It is the duty of a deputy to always act in the best interests of the incapacitated person, making sure that all decisions made are for their benefit.

Looking after an incapacitated loved one’s finances can be extremely demanding and time-consuming. If you prefer not to manage it yourself, our experienced solicitors can act as their professional deputy, allowing you to concentrate on providing them with love and care.

We can offer the following range of services to help:

  • Applications to the Court of Protection for close family members or friends to become a legal deputy.
  • Legal support and expert dispute resolution with contested deputyship applications.
  • Professional deputyship, where we act with care to manage the financial affairs of a loved one.
  • Other specific applications to the Court of Protection.

Why Choose Us?

Our trusted Court of Protection solicitors provide clear and straightforward advice on deputyship applications, disputes and the ongoing management of a person’s assets and estate. We handle every situation with sensitivity, compassion and care.

We can provide a full professional deputyship service or can offer support and guidance to family deputies.

Our friendly and personable approach will help to put you at your ease and we will provide clear and straight forward advice to make sure you have the best possible support and guidance throughout.

How to make contact

To find out more about our Court of Protection services and for a bespoke quote, please call us in confidence 0161 330 6821 or fill in our online form. Alternatively, you can email us on bromleys@bromleys.co.uk and we’ll call you back.

We are located in Ashton-under-Lyne, Greater Manchester but we can assist wherever you are based.

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