Court of Protection Blog

Court of Protection Blog

Whether you are looking to change a deputy or learn more about the process the Court of Protection takes in specific cases, you need a reliable source of information. Our team has put together a list of blog posts covering any and all topics relating to deputyship. Below you will find out why communication with your deputy is important, what lack of capacity means, and many more topics relating to the Court of Protection.

Have a look at our posts below and if you can’t find a topic that relates to your specific case, why not have a look at our Court of Protection services pages or contact our team? We will be able to explain the ins and outs of lay deputy and professional deputy applications as well as the process of working with a deputy.

Giving gifts for a person who lacks capacity

Communication with your Court of Protection Deputy

What is considered a Lack of Capacity?

The Court of Protection and your Deputy – Covid19 Update

Can I change deputy?

Empowerment and the Court of Protection

Is your Lasting Power of Attorney fit for purpose?

Giving Gifts On Behalf of a Protected Party – An Introduction for Attorneys and Deputies

Can I sell jointly owned property when one of the owners lacks capacity?

Are you owed a refund from the Office of the Public Guardian?

Recent Court Ruling relating to Lasting Powers of Attorneys

Communication with your Deputy

Shedding light on the Court of Protection from our new Altrincham office

Protect your pets with a bespoke LPA

Can I act as a joint deputy for property and finances?

Balancing Best Interest Decisions

Summer Holidays and LPAs…

Who is talking about professional deputies?

The Conduct of Attorneys – A stark rise in number of OPG investigations

Lasting Powers of Attorney – Safeguarding your Future

Can I change Professional Deputy?

LPA: A response to the comments made by Judge Lush

Digital Powers of Attorney – is that such good idea?