We were approached by the local authority to consider acting as a financial deputy for Mrs E. She had been living alone in her property and over the years had sadly become estranged from family and friends. Just prior to our involvement she had suffered a fall at home, which led to a hospital admission. It became clear that Mrs E was living with several overlapping mental health conditions and that she had been struggling to look after herself while living alone at home.
By the time one of our team were appointed as our client’s deputy, their finances had fallen into disarray.
Before suffering from a stroke which took away their mental capacity, our client had been set to inherit under a Will.
Our client’s estate included valuable properties in both London and the Republic of Ireland.
Our client suffered a severe brain injury at just a few months old, as the victim of a criminal attack.
We were consulted by a firm of specialist personal injury litigation solicitors, to provide expert evidence on future Court of Protection costs for a client of theirs who had been injured at birth.
We act for A, who suffers from cerebral palsy as a result of clinical negligence at birth. Their personal injury lawyer had been appointed as their deputy.
We act as Deputy for EF, who sustained catastrophic injuries, including a severe brain injury when on holiday in Europe as a child.
Our team was appointed as Deputy for CD while she was the subject of welfare proceedings in the Court of Protection.
Our client, AB, sustained a brain injury when he was involved in a road traffic accident. AB received a final damages award and we were appointed to mange AB’s finances on his behalf.