Court of Protection Solicitors in Hampshire

We understand that it is not always possible to have prepared for life’s events.

If someone has lost capacity and has not been able to prepare for the future by making a Lasting Power of Attorney, the Court of Protection has jurisdiction to appoint someone to act on their behalf. Our Court of Protection Solicitors in Hampshire are highly experienced in assisting in these situations.

We can assist with making applications to the court to have someone appointed as a deputy to look after another’s affairs. Applications are usually in relation to financial matters but on rare occasions, a court will appoint a health and welfare deputy.

Once appointed deputies are obliged to submit reports each year to the court and we can assist with the preparation of those reports.

If there is no one suitable or able to be appointed as a deputy, the partners of Churchers can apply to be appointed, to look after the affairs of the person who lacks capacity. In this situation, our Court of Protection lawyers can provide reassurance for those who don’t feel able to manage the affairs of another.

Care Fees and Local Authority Funding

An ever-growing concern for clients is paying for care and interpreting the rules surrounding care fees and NHS funding.
We can provide assistance with interpreting these rules and help with completing financial assessments. Our Court of Protection solicitors can also assist with any disputes you may have surrounding how a decision has been made about the costs of care.

Statutory Wills

If a client has lost capacity and hasn’t made a Will or a will is no longer up to date with their perceived wishes, an application can be made to the court of protection to make a Will on their behalf. We can assist with the making of such applications.

How else can we help?

We can assist with a wide range of other issues including:

  • Helping to resolve disputes between attorneys
  • Making applications to remove fraudulent or inappropriate attorneys
  • Proving advice as to how to act to attorneys
  • Advice in relation to care contracts

For advice and help to arrange a Court of Protection please contact our team of solicitors below or call 01329 822 333.

Other services

We can also help you with Lasting Powers of Attorney, Probate, and Wills. If you would like assistance with any of the above, please contact us on 01329 822 333.

How Can We Help?

Please call 01329 822 333 or send us a message

The Court of Probation Team

Our Clients Love What We Do

Our offices are located in major cities throughout the UK and have excellent transport links.
We would like to express our thanks for the professional approach, care, patience and understanding shown throughout the process.
George Taylor

Stubbington