Specialisms & expertise
- Advising on and preparing a wide range of deputyship and other applications to the Court of Protection.
- Managing cases where there are complex care regimes.
- Managing cases where there are large damages awards, high value assets, multiple property ownership, business interests etc.
- Managing cases where the assets are in this country but the client is resident overseas.
- Making Statutory Will applications to the Court of Protection in cases where partners here act as deputy and also for lay deputies.
- Drafting expert witness statements dealing with Court of Protection and deputyship costs.
Achievements & other appointments
- Christina has spoken at seminars regarding Court of Protection work.
- Prior to joining Thomson Snell & Passmore, Christina was appointed as a Lord Chancellor’s visitor, a role she held for almost 12 years. This involved reporting to the Court of Protection on the circumstances and welfare of their clients and investigating and reporting on specific issues at the Court’s direction, and advising and guiding Deputies in their duties.
“Every aspect of the service I received was beyond expectation. I am truly grateful to Christina”.
“Christina took on her responsibilities for our case in a steady, methodical and professional way using her technical knowledge, courtesy and patience. A readiness to take account of our concerns and to receive our inputs has resulted in an excellent client/professional team relationship that is achieving cost effective beneficial results to the case.”
“I can't thank Christina enough for all her help and support that she has given my daughter and me”
“Christina is extremely reliable and very approachable. Through her experience, expertise and knowledge, Christina has continued to support us, we really couldn't have managed our daughters affairs without her.”
Christina has over 30 years experience in Court of Protection work and wide ranging experience in administering the finances of those who are incapacitated due to an acquired brain injury, birth trauma, mental health problems, learning difficulties or dementia.