Life is full of unexpected events and you may find yourself in a position where a loved one is no longer in a position to make financial or health and welfare decisions for themselves.
In such a situation, and where there are no Powers of Attorney in place to cover such aspects, you can make a Court of Protection application to be appointed as Deputy to assist with such matters, and ensure the safeguarding of the vulnerable person. This can include having the ability to assist with matters or make decisions when needed.
So, why use a Deputyship Solicitor from Holmes & Hills?
When dealing with such an emotive subject such as safeguarding, especially when acting for a loved one, a supportive and friendly lawyer can make all the difference. You can be sure that the specialist team of Court of Protection solicitors here at Holmes & Hills understand the pressures their clients are under and will work with you to make the Court of Protection deputyship application process as stress-free and efficient as possible.
Holmes & Hills have offices in Colchester, Braintree, Sudbury, Halstead, Tiptree and Coggeshall and offer appointments face to face, by telephone, or by video conferencing. Therefore, you don’t have to be local to our offices to take advantage of this specialised service.
Call us on 01206 593933 to speak with one of our specialist Court of Protection solicitors.