Court of Protection Whitland
Redkite Solicitors have a dedicated team, with vast experience in supporting individuals who are unable to do so on their own. This includes overseeing their welfare, safety, assets, and finances on behalf of their loved ones. The lack of ability to make their own choices can occur as a consequence of illness or injury. This is legally referred to as ‘mental capacity’.
For advice and guidance call 01994 240305 or complete our online enquiry form.
The loss of mental capacity can happen abruptly, such as a severe head injury, or slowly over time, such as with dementia. If the mental capacity of an individual is in question, an application should be submitted to the Court of Protection.
The Court of Protection must examine the individual in order to decide whether they are capable of making particular decisions; if the individual is temporarily unable to demonstrate an ability to do so, a one off order can be put into effect. However, if it is determined that an individual doesn’t have the capacity to make a range of decisions, for the foreseeable future, a Deputy will be designated.
The Redkite Solicitors Court of Protection Service
Receiving timely guidance and support from the Redkite’s Court of Protection team is crucial. Application forms for the Court of Protection have to be submitted correctly and timely to obtain Deputyship. We offer our clients a complete service; from the pre-application meeting to the post-order, a qualified Court of Protection solicitor will be made readily available to you.
For further information on how Redkite solicitors can help you call 01994 240 305 or complete our online enquiry form.