Legal Capacity

For people who cannot make decisions for themselves we can arrange for the appointment of a Deputy through the Court of Protection under the Mental Capacity Act. A Deputy can make decisions about financial and welfare matters. This can be very useful for those arranging the care of people with severe learning difficulties or a severe disability, people suffering from schizophrenia, dementia, severe stroke, brain injury, unconscious due to an accident, depression etc. 

Ensuring Legal Capacity - Case Study

Michael is 37 and lives with his mother. He has learning difficulties and wants to buy a flat. We contacted Michael’s doctor who... View all case studies

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