Court of Protection Haverfordwest
Redkite solicitors have a team of experts with vast experience in helping and supporting people who are unable to do so on their own; managing their overall well-being, their welfare, safety, properties and finances on behalf of their loved ones. An illness or injury can lead to the inability to make their own decisions. This is legally termed ‘mental capacity’.
The loss of mental capacity may occur suddenly, such as a head injury or gradually as with dementia. If a person’s mental capacity is in doubt then an appeal to the Court of Protection should be made. The Court of Protection will assess the person in question and make a decision as to whether they are capable of making a specific decision. If an individual fails to prove so immediately, then a one-off order may be required. However, if it is decided that the individual does not have the ability to make a variety of decisions for the foreseeable future then a Deputy will be appointed.
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