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Our specialist team of solicitors have years of experience dealing with all Court of Protection matters.

When providing support for litigation lawyers we understand that there is often an urgent need for witness statements to be prepared and so we can respond quickly and efficiently to requests.

We work with solicitors in the provision of witness statements setting out professional fees and Court of Protection costs that are likely to be incurred in a particular case. We can attend court to provide evidence if required.

The appointment of a professional Deputy has many advantages. In addition to preparing a witness statement the professional deputy can also deal with the interim payment(s) received in a claim. The appointment of a Deputy maintains the divide in enabling the PI lawyer to continue with the PI work and allows the family to remain family. A professional Deputy can ensure that the client is receiving optimum funds in the claim and will work with the PI lawyer to adopt seamless support and assistance for the client throughout.

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What is a deputy?

A deputy is appointed by the Court of Protection to manage someone's affairs when they have lost capacity.  People can lose capacity for a variety of different reasons including Alzheimer's/Dementia/brain injury.

How do I make the application to become a Deputy?

You will need to complete forms and send them to the Court of Protection.  There are a number of forms to choose from.  The forms that you will need to complete will depend on the application that you are making.  A member of the team at Lees can help you with this.

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What level of service did you receive at Lees?

"I have dealt with two of your solicitors for two separate matters, both of whom have been excellent, I would urge anyone needing a solicitor to look no further than Lees."

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What did you think of Lees Solicitors?

The staff at Birkenhead have always acted impeccably and I can't thank them all enough, in what has been a very traumatic and stressful time for me and my family - but onwards and upwards.

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