Deputyship solicitors, London

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Our team of experienced deputyship solicitors in London understands the complexities involved in managing the financial and personal affairs of someone who lacks the mental capacity to do so themselves.

We are here to provide expert guidance and support to individuals and families who are seeking to appoint a deputy or may already be acting as a deputy.

With a wealth of expertise in this field, we can assist you in navigating the intricate legal processes involved in applying to the court of protection for a deputyship order. Our solicitors will help you assess the best interests of the person lacking capacity and ensure that their best interests are protected and upheld.

At Moore Barlow we recognise the importance of acting in a compassionate and sensitive manner when dealing with deputyship matters. Our team will work closely with you to understand your unique circumstances and provide tailored legal advice that is specific to your needs. Contact us today to discuss how our deputyship solicitors can assist you in ensuring the financial and personal affairs of your loved ones are managed with care and diligence.

What is a deputyship?

A deputyship is a legal arrangement in which someone is appointed to make decisions on behalf of someone else who lacks mental capacity to make decisions for themselves. This typically occurs when an individual has not made a power of attorney and needs assistance with managing their personal welfare or finances.

Nicola Turner

Nicola Turner

Senior associate | Court of protection

023 8071 6113

Why choose us?

At Moore Barlow we understand that the role of a deputy is crucial in safeguarding the interests of vulnerable individuals. As experienced deputyship solicitors in London, we provide unparalleled expertise in managing deputyship applications, court orders, and ongoing deputyship administration. Our dedicated team ensures the highest level of care and professionalism, working closely with families, healthcare professionals, and the court of protection. With a deep understanding of the complexities involved, we strive to protect and enhance the well-being of those who require a deputy.

How we can help

Our team of experienced deputyship solicitors in London is dedicated to providing comprehensive legal support in matters related to deputyships. We understand the complex and sensitive nature of these issues and aim to assist individuals who require someone to act as their deputy due to incapacity or vulnerability. Our solicitors have extensive knowledge in handling deputyship applications, managing financial affairs, making decisions about health and welfare, and ensuring the best interests of our clients are protected. Whether you need assistance in applying for a deputyship or require ongoing guidance in managing affairs, our solicitors are here to offer expert advice and practical solutions.

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Who we help

Our deputyship solicitors in London assist a diverse range of clients, including individuals who have been appointed as deputies for a loved one lacking mental capacity, families seeking guidance on deputyship applications, and professionals in need of expert advice on managing deputyship responsibilities.

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For expert advice and representation in matters of deputyship, trust the experienced team at our London-based law firm. We are dedicated to providing personalised solutions that meet your specific needs. Contact us today to schedule a consultation and discuss how we can assist you in navigating the complexities of deputyship law.

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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