At Glaisyers, we know that making decisions for another person, or allowing someone to make decisions for you, can raise difficult issues. Our Court of Protection and Deputyship specialists have lots of experience in helping people work out how a decision can be made.
If you are acting for someone as Deputy or Attorney and are experiencing problems, or need the Court to make a decision, we’re here to help. Our friendly, caring lawyers will take the time to be available to listen and understand the situation, before giving clear, straightforward advice, working with you to find solutions to problems.
If there are no family members or friends able to act, the Court can appoint us if a person isn’t able to make their own decisions. We help individuals and local authorities make decisions for vulnerable adults who are not able to deal with their own financial affairs.
Dementia, illness or injury can all stop a person from making decisions. If you are trying to help someone in this position, we’ll go the extra mile for you. We’ll not only do everything we can to help, we’ll make the whole process is as easy and stress-free as possible for you.