Court of Protection

When a person has lost the ability and capacity to make decisions regarding their own finances or welfare, and a Lasting or Enduring Power of Attorney has not been created beforehand, then it may be that a Court of Protection Order is required.

A Deputyship Order must be formally granted by the Court of Protection to give you (The Deputy) authority and permission to safeguard and make decisions for the person who has lost capacity.

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