Our Services

Our Practice is divided into these service areas

Court Protection & Powers of Attorney

If you don't have a Lasting Powers of Attorney (LPA) or the older Enduring Power of Attorney (EPA), your loved ones may experience great difficulty, expense and delay in applying to the Court of Protection to get authority to take control of your assets and finances. Our team of will provide you with the practical advice in a professional and sympathetic manner at what can be a very distressing and difficult time.

Lasting Powers of Attorney are not just for the elderly. We encourage young people to make them too as younger people can and sadly do become incapacitated through accident or illness.

If you know or care for someone who is having difficulty making decisions about their affairs, we can guide you through the processes of:
Preparation of Lasting Powers of Attorney

An LPA is a legal document. It allows you to choose people you trust to make decisions on your behalf. There are two types of LPA:

1. A Property and Affairs LPA enables you to appoint attorney(s) to make decisions on your behalf in relation to your property and money.

Your LPA can only be used if you become mentally incapable; but with your permission it could be used.

The type of decisions your attorney(s) make may include:

Operating, closing or opening accounts containing your money
Claiming and receiving benefits on your behalf
Dealing with your tax affairs
Paying your household expenses
Buying, selling or leasing your property
Paying for private medical treatment or residential care costs from your money

2. A Personal Welfare LPA enables you to appoint attorney(s) to make decisions on your behalf in relation to your welfare.

A Personal Welfare LPA may only be used if you lack capacity to make these decisions yourself.

The type of decisions your attorney(s) make may include:

Consenting to or refusing consent to any medical treatment or procedure
Deciding where you should live
Deciding what care and accommodation may be appropriate for you
Making decisions about your dress, diet and personal appearance
Taking you on holiday or authorising someone else to do so

You may provide guidance in both types of your LPA as to how your attorney(s) may make these decisions and anything else that you would wish your attorney(s) to consider.


If someone does not have a LPA or an EPA or are now incapable of making a LPA, we will advise you on making an application to the Court of Protection to appoint a Deputy for them.

If you don't have a Lasting Powers of Attorney (LPA) or the older Enduring Power of Attorney (EPA), your loved ones may experience great difficulty, expense and delay in applying to the Court of Protection to get authority to take control of your assets and finances. Our team of will provide you with the practical advice in a professional and sympathetic manner at what can be a very distressing and difficult time.

Lasting Powers of Attorney are not just for the elderly. We encourage young people to make them too as younger people can and sadly do become incapacitated through accident or illness.