Senior Paralegal, Court of Protection

Carrie Bryce

Carrie has worked within the Court of Protection team for over 15 years and specialises in all aspects of Court of Protection matters, with a focus on supporting vulnerable clients who require our services due to issues that affect their mental capacity, such as acquired brain injury or illness. Carrie also has significant experience working with elderly clients, and she specialises in this area of law.

Carrie is passionate about providing vulnerable clients and families with the legal help and support they need to ensure they are able to live their everyday lives to the fullest, whilst treating every client with the kindness and compassion they deserve. Carrie has a vast amount of experience dealing with issues arising under the Mental Capacity Act and has supported countless clients and families to navigate their way through what can be a very challenging time in their lives, both practically and emotionally. She has built successful relationships with clients who require our services both in the short and long term and is dedicated to always working in the best interests of clients.

Carrie Bryce

Specialisms & expertise

  • Providing help and guidance to clients and families with all aspects of managing their property and financial affairs
  • Advising in relation to and preparation of applications to the Court of Protection
  • Drafting and registering Powers of Attorney
  • Managing complex pre and post Deputyships
  • Working with a wide range of adults and children with varied disabilities
  • Property purchases and overseeing adaptations for disabled clients.


Carrie has achieved a paralegal qualification through the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives (CILEX) and holds the Certificate in Practice of Law for the Elderly Client.