SCL Wills and Probate, Room 103, Tallis House, 2 Tallis St, Temple, London EC4Y 0AB, Tel: 0203 004 8269

The function of the Court of Protection is to make decisions regarding financial management for individuals who no longer have the mental capacity to handle their own affairs. We provide services to assist with a loved one without the mental capacity to make financial decisions. If you are concerned about a loved one, we can help you to protect their best interests and everything they have worked for.

Legal Services for the Court of Protection

We can assist in all situations related to the Court of Protections. We provide expert advice on matters regarding creating wills and trusts, and lasting powers of attorney. We can point you in the right direction from appointing a deputy to providing representation in Court of Protection health and welfare disputes and Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards.

Guidance & Practice for Every Situation

Whether you are responsible for managing a loved one’s affairs, have concerns about the person handling the affairs of a loved one, or question the ability of a loved one to make important financial decisions, we can help. In addition, we are able to assist when providing representation in a dispute about the best interests of a loved one for social care, medical treatment, or residence of a loved one.

Are you concerned about issues related to your own financial affairs? We provide guidance and protection to protect your best interests, either now or in the future. If you are worried about your ability to continue managing your own finances, or have concerns about the person currently handling your finances, contact us either by telephone of 0203 004 8269 or email on info@sclwillsandprobate.co.uk.

Extensive experience with the Court of Protection

Our team have extensive experience with the Court of Protection. We have the knowledge required to provide the reliable guidance and advice you need to make crucial decisions for financial management. We provide assistance with estate planning, powers of attorney, investments, setting up trusts, and more.

Please contact us on 0203 004 8269 or email on info@sclwillsandprobate.co.uk.for additional information about any of our services and to arrange an appointment for a consultation.

© Copyright 2017 Sclwillsandprobate.co.uk. All Rights Reserved.