Associate, Court of Protection

Tamzin Freeman

Tamzin is a solicitor with the Court of Protection’s brain injury team since 2021; prior to this she worked as a Paralegal for two and a half years with another South East based firm doing Court of Protection work, primarily with the elderly and including those had been financially abused as attorneyship clients.

Tamzin Freeman

Specialisms & expertise

  • Managing clients’ financial affairs where they have appointed a professional attorney or deputy
  • Liaising with clients in addition to their families, friends, carers and social workers to ensure clients’ needs are fulfilled and to help ensure an appropriate care regime is in place
  • Building good relationships with family members to work together in the clients’ best interests, particularly following OPG or Court intervention leading to a change of attorney or deputy
  • Planning with care professionals and local authorities to enable independent client living
  • Liaising with benefit agencies with regards to applications for benefits to which the client may be entitled, including mandatory reviews and appeals
  • Preparation of court applications to the Court of Protection
  • Advising on the duties and responsibilities of deputies and attorneys.

Achievements & other appointments

Tamzin has enjoyed creating a large number of Dementia Friends on behalf of the Alzheimer’s Society within TS&P (as well as outside) as a previous Dementia Champion.

Dementia friendly


Tamzin graduated from the University of London with an honours degree in history before gaining a distinction in the Common Professional Examination at the University of Sussex. She studied the LPC at Guildford College of Law before training with a small insurance litigation firm in London.