Unfortunately, family members and loved ones, when being cared for, may no longer have the mental capacity to make decisions about their own financial affairs or welfare.
This will then involve an application to the Court of Protection. Our Court of Protection Team can help.
Where a person is unable to deal with their own affairs through mental incapacity, a department of the UK Court service called the Court of Protection is able to make decisions on behalf of the person lacking capacity.
They have the power to appoint other people to help the person lacking mental capacity deal with their financial affairs and issues relating to their health and personal welfare.
Our specialist Court of Protection Team can help with: