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If a person is unable to give an authority to deal with the full extent of his or her assets (by virtue of losing his or her capacity) and no such authority is in place, the involvement of the Court of Protection may be required. The court may only make decisions on behalf of a person who lacks capacity, where the capacity is in dispute or to determine a change in capacity.
The Court of Protection can exercise its jurisdiction in a number of ways and may:-
The Court of Protection can declare that a doctor may lawfully carry out an operation or withdraw life-sustaining treatment from a person who lacks capacity. Where a person’s property and financial affairs are concerned, the court can confirm that a person has capacity to make a Will or a substantial lifetime gift. In these circumstances the court prefers to allow (where possible) a person to make his own decision.
Our services include applications to the Court of Protection for the appointment of a deputy, the approval of gifts and statutory wills as well as more complex applications.
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