Deputyship solicitors, Richmond

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Welcome to Moore Barlow where our team of deputyship solicitors in Richmond and London are dedicated to supporting individuals and families in managing the financial and personal affairs of those who lack mental capacity.

We understand the complexities and challenges that come with being a deputy, or seeking to appoint one. With years of experience, our solicitors are well-equipped to guide you through the legal processes involved in applying for a deputyship order from the court of protection. We prioritise the best interests of the individual lacking capacity, ensuring their rights are protected.

At Moore Barlow we also understand the importance of compassion and sensitivity when dealing with deputyship matters. Our team takes the time to understand your unique circumstances, providing tailored legal advice to meet your specific needs.

If you need assistance in managing the financial and personal affairs of your loved ones, contact our deputyship solicitors today. We are here to help you navigate the complexities of deputyship and ensure the utmost care and diligence in managing your loved one’s affairs.

What is a deputyship?

A deputyship is a legal arrangement in which someone is appointed by the court to make decisions on behalf of a person who lacks the mental capacity to do so themselves. The appointed deputy is responsible for managing the person’s finances, welfare, or both, ensuring their best interests are protected.

Nicola Turner

Nicola Turner

Senior associate | Court of protection

023 8071 6113

Why choose us?

When it comes to choosing a deputyship solicitor in Richmond, Moore Barlow is the trusted choice. Our experienced team understands the complexities of deputyship law and can provide expert guidance and support throughout the process. Whether you need assistance with managing the affairs of a loved one or require advice on becoming a deputy yourself, our dedicated solicitors will ensure you receive the highest level of service. With a reputation for excellence and a commitment to achieving the best outcomes for our clients, you can rely on Moore Barlow  for all your deputyship needs.

How we can help

Our deputyship solicitors in Richmond understand the complex legal issues that individuals and families face when it comes to deputyship matters. Our dedicated team of experienced solicitors is here to provide the guidance and support you need. We specialise in a wide range of deputyship issues, including applications for deputyship orders, managing and administering financial affairs, making decisions on behalf of vulnerable individuals, and handling disputes or challenges to deputyship orders. With our extensive knowledge of the law and compassionate approach, we strive to achieve the best possible outcome for our clients, ensuring their rights and interests are protected.

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Who we help

Our deputyship solicitors in Richmond provide expert legal assistance to individuals who require a deputy to manage their financial or welfare affairs. We assist elderly individuals, those with mental capacity issues, and individuals with disabilities, ensuring their best interests are protected and their rights upheld.

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For expert legal advice and assistance in matters related to deputyship and court of protection, contact our team of experienced deputyship solicitors in Richmond. We are committed to providing personalised solutions and ensuring the best interests of vulnerable individuals are protected. Call us today for a confidential consultation.

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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