Deputyship solicitors, Southampton

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At Moore Barlow our team of dedicated deputyship solicitors in London is ready to provide the expert guidance and support you need when it comes to managing the financial and personal affairs of someone who lacks mental capacity.

We understand the complexities involved in this area of the law and are here to help.

Whether you are looking to appoint a deputy or are already acting as a deputy, our experienced solicitors can assist you every step of the way. We have a wealth of expertise in navigating the intricate legal processes involved in applying to the court of protection for a deputyship order. Our priority is to assess the best interests of the person lacking capacity and ensure that their rights and well-being are protected.

At Moore Barlow we value compassion and sensitivity in our approach to deputyship matters. Our team will work closely with you to understand your unique circumstances and provide tailored legal advice that meets your needs. Contact us today to discuss how our deputyship solicitors can help you ensure 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 where a person is appointed by the court to make decisions and manage the affairs of someone who lacks mental capacity to do so themselves. This typically applies to individuals who are unable to make decisions due to illness, disability, or injury.

Nicola Turner

Nicola Turner

Senior associate | Court of protection

023 8071 6113

Why choose us?

At Moore Barlow our team of experienced deputyship solicitors in Southampton are dedicated to providing comprehensive legal support and guidance for individuals requiring assistance in managing the affairs of someone who lacks mental capacity. With our deep understanding of the complexities surrounding deputyship matters, we strive to ensure the best interests of vulnerable individuals are protected and their financial and personal affairs are properly managed. Trust in our expertise to navigate the intricacies of deputyship law and provide compassionate and effective solutions tailored to your unique circumstances.

How we can help

Our deputyship solicitors in Southampton understand that life can present unexpected challenges and legal issues. Our team of experienced solicitors is here to guide and support you through any deputyship matters that may arise. Whether you are seeking a deputyship order for a loved one who is unable to make decisions for themselves, or need assistance with managing the affairs of a vulnerable individual, our solicitors have the expertise to provide practical and compassionate advice. We have a proven track record in handling a wide range of deputyship cases, ensuring that our clients receive the best possible outcome. Trust us to navigate the complexities of the legal system and protect the interests of those in need. Contact us today for a confidential consultation.

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Who we help

Our deputyship solicitors in Southampton work with a wide range of clients, including individuals with mental incapacity, vulnerable adults, children, and their families. We provide expert guidance in managing financial affairs, making decisions on their behalf, and ensuring their best interests are protected.

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Contact our expert deputyship solicitors in Southampton today for professional legal advice and guidance. We understand the complexities of deputyship law and are committed to protecting the best interests of our clients. Call us now or fill in the online form to schedule a consultation.

Conveniently situated just outside Southampton in Eastleigh, we also have offices in LondonRichmond, GuildfordLymington 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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