contact us
Banner 5, Independent Court of Protection Specialist Solicitors, Boyes Turner

Make an Application

There may come a time when a person cannot manage their own financial affairs or personal welfare - make significant decisions for themselves.  

It is possible for someone else to do this on their behalf by becoming their Deputy. The role of a Deputy can vary and may include managing property or accommodation and financial affairs through to dealing with personal welfare and medical treatment.

To become a Deputy an application needs to be made to the Court of Protection providing detailed information regarding the circumstances of the person without “capacity”. The court will review their situation and appoint an appropriate Deputy to take responsibility. 

To discuss making an application for deputyship, please get in touch with the team on 0800 884 0722 or email us at cop@boyesturner.com.

Speak to us
Contact our expert Court of Protection service confidentially and without any commitment
at cop@boyesturner.com

Anthony's Case - Deputyship
Read more

Yvonne’s Case – Deputyship
Read more

Jamie’s Case - Deputyship
Read more

16 Aug 2017 Former Senior Judge warns of risks with Powers of Attorney
Read more

07 Aug 2017 Top 10 ways a deputy can save money!
Read more

30 May 2017 Brain Injury Group
Read more

Our expert solicitors
Ruth Meyer, Court of Protection Solicitor Ruth Meyer Partner

Meet the team
Follow us on
@btcofp
Article written by Alexander Wright: 'Former Senior Judge warns of risks with Powers of Attorney' : ow.ly/OAa530esfrr
Speak to us
Contact our expert Court of Protection service confidentially and without any commitment
at cop@boyesturner.com