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Mental Capacity & Court of Protection

Court of Protection and Professional Deputyship Management

The Mental Capacity Act 2005 (MCA) protects those who are unable to make decisions for themselves.  A lack of capacity can occur as a result of birth injury, acquired brain injury, age related degenerative conditions, mental health problems and learning disability.

Our specialist and supportive team can guide you through the often complex legal framework ensuring a positive solution and peace of mind

We have a wealth of national experience in dealing with mental capacity issues through the Court of Protection which enables us to support you and your loved ones through any financial or health and welfare issues.

We act for: 

  • Children with birth injuries
  • Adults with an acquired brain injury following a traumatic event
  • Those with a mental/physical disability
  • Those who have lost capacity as a result age related degenerative condition such as dementia or a stroke.

 

Our nationally experienced specialist mental capacity solicitors are here to assist and help you deal with any legal issues you may have due to a lack of capacity:

We are happy to offer an initial free consultation and work with you and make it possible to provide a solution to your needs.

Call our team on 01772 258321

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