Court of protection solicitors, Southampton

Explore how we can help you and your family with any court of protection legal requirements.

Contact our team

At Moore Barlow our dedicated team of court of protection solicitors in Southampton are here to support and guide you through complex legal matters in this area.

Our expertise lies in providing comprehensive assistance to individuals that represent someone who lacks the mental capacity to manage their own affairs. We understand that the court of protection process can be overwhelming, which is why we offer tailored advice and compassionate representation to ensure your loved one’s best interests are protected.

With years of experience, our solicitors have a deep understanding of the legal complexities surrounding the court of protection. We take a client-centred approach, working closely with you to understand your unique situation and provide practical solutions. Our team will assist with all aspects of court of protection applications, including deputyship appointments, managing finances, and safeguarding vulnerable individuals. Rest assured, we are committed to obtaining the best outcome for you and your family, ensuring their welfare and financial security are upheld.

Contact our court of protection solicitors in Southampton today to schedule a consultation and gain peace of mind knowing you have our knowledgeable and compassionate team by your side.

What is court of protection?

The court of protection is a specialist court in the UK that makes decisions on behalf of individuals who are unable to make decisions about their own personal welfare, property, and financial affairs due to mental incapacity.

Nicola Turner

Nicola Turner

Senior associate | Court of protection

023 8071 6113

Why choose us?

When it comes to matters relating to the court of protection, we are a trusted and experienced law firm in Southampton. Our team of dedicated solicitors understand the complexities of this area of law and are committed to providing expert guidance and support to clients. With our extensive knowledge and personalised approach, we ensure the best possible outcome for our clients, whether they are seeking advice on deputyship, mental capacity assessments, or any other court of protection matter. Choose Moore Barlow for reliable and effective legal solutions.

How we can help

Our experienced court of protection solicitors in Southampton are dedicated to helping individuals facing complex legal issues related to mental capacity and decision-making. We specialise in a wide range of matters, including deputyship applications, statutory wills, financial abuse, and disputes concerning the management of property and affairs. Our team understands the sensitive nature of these cases and provides empathetic and tailored advice to protect the rights and best interests of vulnerable individuals. With a strong track record of successful outcomes, we are committed to guiding our clients through the intricacies of the court of protection process, ensuring their voices are heard and their rights upheld.

We are here to help

Discover how our expert private wealth lawyers can help you.

Who we help

Our dedicated court of protection solicitors in Southampton provide expert legal guidance and representation to individuals, families, and professionals involved in matters related to mental capacity, welfare, and financial decisions.

Contact us

For expert legal advice and representation in court of protection matters, turn to our team of experienced solicitors in Southampton. We are dedicated to protecting the rights and best interests of vulnerable individuals. Contact us today to discuss your case and find out how we can assist you.

Conveniently situated just outside Southampton in Eastleigh, we also have offices in LondonRichmond, GuildfordLymington and Woking and offer specialist court of protection legal services to clients nationwide. Contact Moore Barlow to find out how we can help you and your family.

We are here to help

Discover how our expert private wealth lawyers can help you.

Contact our mental incapacity team