Do you know a vulnerable person who needs help with making decisions about their property, health and welfare? There may also come a time when you may need assistance with this too.
By appointing a deputy (often a family member, friend or a professional), another adult can be responsible for the vulnerable person’s decisions.
At Osborne Morris & Morgan, we understand that the process of applying for deputyship can be confusing, stressful and upsetting. This is where our team of Court of Protection specialists can help and guide you throughout the process. We have a nationally recognised Court of Protection team that is managed by Head of Court of Protection, Gemma Eason.
We can help you with:
- Applying for Deputyship
- Guiding you through your role
- Becoming your deputy
We can help you as a Court of Protection Deputy
As well as helping you apply as a deputy and supporting you in your role, we can act as a deputy for you.
Plan your future
You can protect yourself and your family now, by planning who you want to make decisions on your behalf should you be unable to, in the future. This will not only provide peace of mind, but it will also make the process easier for your family and friends.
What Our Clients Say
- Osborne Morris & Morgan is revered for their work and appreciated for being flexible and able to think outside of the box, with excellent communication skills.
We are here to help
At Osborne Morris & Morgan, we are a friendly team of award-winning legal professionals, who are nationally recognised experts in our fields.
We offer specialist legal advice in Personal Injury, Medical Negligence, Wills, Trusts & Probate, Court of Protection and Conveyancing.
Whatever your needs or circumstances, our solicitors can make a difference.
Speak to our specialist Court of Protection team today.
Either call us on 01525 378177
or complete the contact form opposite.