Guardianship and Incapacity

If a loved one can’t make decisions for themselves any more, you may need expert legal help to sort out their affairs.

When someone close to you is no longer able to make decisions for themselves you will want to make sure they are properly supported.

If a loved one can’t make decisions for themselves any more, you may need expert legal help to sort out their affairs.

In most cases, Attorneys are able to work together for the benefit of their loved one. However, if your relationship breaks down, or you have concerns about the decisions being taken by another Attorney, it may be useful to get legal advice at an early stage.

Your loved one may have planned ahead by making a Power of Attorney so that you could manage their affairs when they no longer could. Sometimes, however, you may be told that you need to go to court anyway, even though there is a Power of Attorney.

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