The Mental Capacity Act stipulates the provision relating to persons who lack capacity and to provide for matters connected to him or her.
In this case, the Court would have to appoint a Deputy, one who is given the authority to make decisions on behalf of a person who lacks mental capacity in relation to his personal welfare and/or property and affairs.
Our firm provides the following services;
- Advising on Making an Application for the Appointment of a Deputy
- Applying for Application for the Appointment of a Deputy
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