Court of Protection
Protects the interests of those who suffer with mental incapacity and are unable to look after their own affairs.
Obtaining the authority of the Court to deal with and settle the affairs of someone who has died.
Resolving disputes by having an independent third party assisting the parties to reach a settlement.
With increased life expectancy, extended families and value of property, the importance of making a Will cannot be over-emphasised.
Clients are kept well informed of the progress of their case and telephone calls and letters are responded to promptly.