Deputyship solicitors, Woking

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At Moore Barlow our dedicated team of deputyship solicitors in Woking is committed to providing comprehensive support and guidance to individuals in need of deputyship services.

We understand that managing the affairs of someone who lacks mental capacity can be a complex and challenging process. With our expertise in deputyship law, we strive to make this journey smoother for you and your loved ones.

We have a wealth of experience in handling deputyship matters, and our solicitors are adept at navigating the legal complexities involved. Whether you require assistance in applying for a deputyship order or guidance in managing the financial and welfare affairs of a loved one, we are here to help. We will work closely with you, ensuring that the decision-making process is transparent and that the best interests of the individual in question are upheld at all times.

As deputyship solicitors, we understand that your focus is not only on managing the legal aspects but also on accessing the necessary care and support for your loved one. We strive to provide a holistic approach and our aim is to provide comprehensive support that goes beyond the standard, empowering you to make the best decisions for your family’s well-being. Trust Moore Barlow to guide you through the complexities of deputyship law and safeguard the future of your loved ones.

What is a deputyship?

A deputyship is a legal arrangement where someone is appointed by the court to make decisions and manage the affairs of a person who lacks the mental capacity to do so themselves.

Nicola Turner

Nicola Turner

Senior associate | Court of protection

023 8071 6113

Why choose us?

At Moore Barlow our team of highly experienced deputyship solicitors in Woking is dedicated to providing expert legal advice and support. With a deep understanding of the complexities surrounding deputyship matters, we strive to ensure the best possible outcome for our clients. From guiding you through the process of applying for deputyship to managing financial affairs and making important decisions on behalf of vulnerable individuals, we are here to provide compassionate and professional assistance every step of the way. Trust Moore Barlow to handle your deputyship needs with utmost care and expertise.

How we can help

Our team of experienced deputyship solicitors in Woking is dedicated to assisting clients with a wide range of legal matters. From managing the affairs of vulnerable individuals to handling complex mental capacity issues, we strive to provide comprehensive support and guidance. Our expertise extends to deputyship applications, court of protection matters, and acting as professional deputies. We also specialise in matters related to lasting powers of attorney, financial abuse, and disputes involving attorneys or deputies. Whatever your situation may be, our solicitors are committed to protecting the rights and best interests of our clients.

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Who we help

Our dedicated deputyship solicitors in Woking assist individuals who require help managing the affairs of someone who lacks mental capacity. We provide expert advice and guidance to deputies, attorneys, and family members, ensuring the best interests of vulnerable individuals are protected.

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Contact us today for expert advice on all matters related to deputyship and court of protection. Our team of experienced solicitors in Woking is here to guide you through the process and ensure the best outcome for you or your loved ones. Call us now or fill out our online form to schedule a 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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