George Ide’s team of experienced court of protection and deputyship solicitors can provide specialist assistance in the complex matters which arise when a family member or close acquaintance loses the mental capacity to manage their own affairs.
Our solicitors for Court of Protection applications can guide clients through the necessary processes with absolute discretion and professionalism, and can offer a comprehensive legal service to ensure that all necessary issues are addressed.
George Ide can help clients with a number of matters, including:
In certain cases some family members, professionals and advocates will initially need to receive permission to apply to the Court of Protection. George Ide’s solicitors can quickly ascertain whether you will need to take this initial step and we will guide you through the permissions process with efficiency and expertise.
There are several forms which need to be completed in order to apply to the Court of Protection. Our experienced team will be able to direct you through them using jargon-free language and in a clear and concise manner.
Once an application has been made we will ensure expediency in the follow-up of the processing of the application. In urgent cases we can help clients arrange meetings with judges, etc, who have the power to ensure urgent matters such as consent for medical treatment or concern that a person’s liberty is being infringed, will be handled with the utmost haste.
George Ide is an independent law firm based in Chichester, West Sussex, serving the whole of southern England. We offer a dedicated and sensitive service to help protect and serve the most vulnerable members of society.
We are proud to be able to say that we have helped many clients with Court of Protection issues ensure that their personal matters, including health, welfare and financial wellbeing, are maintained and secure.
If you need legal advice regarding a Court of Protection application, or advice about any matter regarding the care of someone who can no longer care for themselves, then please call our offices in Chichester today for sensitive, straightforward information about your rights.