What is the Court of Protection?
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.