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Court of Protection

Deputyship refunds owed to thousands

A large number of people who had deputies appointed for them by the Court of Protection may be owed a government refund of more than £700. The move comes after a Ministry of Justice review found... Read full article

Claudia’s Law – long awaited legal lifeline for families of missing people

A new law enabling the families of people who have gone missing to apply for powers to look after their financial and legal affairs whilst they’re gone, comes into force at the end of this month... Read full article

Making decisions for young adults with learning difficulties – who knows best?

It’s a Court of Protection decision that has been long awaited by parents of children with severe learning difficulties who want to be allowed to continue to make health and welfare decisions on... Read full article

Caring for an elderly family member – could you be paid for what you do?

With the social care system under increasing pressure, families are perhaps more than ever struggling to find affordable and sustainable care solutions for elderly relatives. Whilst many elderly... Read full article

Court of Protection: Frequently Asked Questions

The Court of Protection is a specialist court which was set up under the Mental Capacity Act 2005 to help individuals who lack the capacity to be able to make decisions for... Read full article
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