What is Court Of Protection?

The Court of Protection helps people who are mentally incapable of making their own decisions.  It does this by making decisions for them about their money, property, health or welfare. 
The Court can also give these powers to someone else  if there is a need for decisions to be made on an ongoing  basis because the person  can no longer make their own decisions.  If the Court gives these powers to someone else, they will be known as a Deputy.

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FAQ's

Is It Possible To Make An Application In An Emergency?

An urgent application to the Court of Protection can be made if your friend or relative might lose a lot of money or...

How Do I Apply To The Court Of Protection?

If someone you care about loses the ability to make their own decisions you can apply to the Court of Protection for...

What is Court Of Protection?

The Court of Protection helps people who are mentally incapable of making their own decisions.  It does this by making...

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