Deputyship solicitors, Guildford

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As trusted deputyship solicitors in Guildford, we understand the complex challenges faced by individuals and families when it comes to managing the financial and personal affairs of those who lack mental capacity.

Our skilled team is here to offer expert guidance and support throughout the process, whether you’re looking to appoint a deputy or already acting as one.

With years of experience in this field, our deputyship solicitors in London can help you navigate the intricate legal processes involved in applying for a deputyship order from the court of protection. We will carefully assess the best interests of the individual lacking capacity and ensure their rights are protected at all times.

At Moore Barlow we pride ourselves on acting with compassion and sensitivity when dealing with deputyship matters. Our dedicated team will take the time to understand your unique circumstances and provide tailored legal advice that meets your specific needs.

Contact us today to learn more about how our deputyship solicitors can help ensure that your loved ones’ financial and personal affairs are managed with the utmost care and diligence.

What is a deputyship?

A deputyship is a legal arrangement where someone is appointed by the court to make decisions on behalf of another person who lacks mental capacity to make those decisions themselves. This typically occurs in cases involving the management of finances and personal welfare.

Nicola Turner

Nicola Turner

Senior associate | Court of protection

023 8071 6113

Why choose us?

When it comes to matters of deputyship in Guildford, Moore Barlow is the name you can trust. Our team of experienced solicitors is dedicated to providing exceptional guidance and support throughout the entire process. We understand the complexities and sensitivities involved in deputyship matters, and we work closely with our clients to ensure their best interests are protected. With our expertise and commitment to excellence, you can have peace of mind knowing that your deputyship needs are in capable hands at Moore Barlow.

How we can help

At our law firm, our highly experienced deputyship solicitors in Guildford are here to assist you with a wide range of legal issues. Whether you require support in managing the affairs of a loved one who lacks mental capacity or need guidance on becoming a deputy yourself, we are here to help. Our dedicated team has in-depth knowledge and expertise in handling deputyship matters, including applications to the court of protection, managing finances, making decisions on behalf of vulnerable individuals, and more. We are committed to providing compassionate and comprehensive legal solutions tailored to your unique circumstances. Trust our deputyship solicitors in Guildford to navigate through complex legal processes and protect the best interests of all involved parties.

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Who we help

Our experienced deputyship solicitors in Guildford handle cases involving individuals who require the appointment of a deputy to manage their affairs due to incapacity or disability. We assist clients in navigating the complex legal processes involved in deputyship applications and offer expert advice tailored to their unique circumstances.

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If you would like to speak with our experienced team of deputyship solicitors in Guildford, please don’t hesitate to contact us. We are available to assist you with any questions or concerns you may have regarding deputyship applications, court of protection matters, or any other legal issues related to mental capacity and vulnerability.

We have offices in LondonRichmondSouthamptonGuildfordLymington and Woking and offer specialist deputyships legal services to clients nationwide. Contact Moore Barlow to find out how we can help you and your family.

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