Being a professional attorney or deputy is a hard but rewarding path. Here Scott Walker shares his experiences and practical tips to help you face unexpected challenges ahead.
With many practitioners acting as attorneys and also Deputies, Gill's latest Blog looks at ‘Best interests’ decision-making and whether you are equipped.
For those acting as an attorney or deputy, including in a professional capacity, there are circumstances where an application to the Court of Protection (“COP”) may be required.
The most significant change is that the refreshed standards now apply to lay deputies. They are not, however, a completely new set of standards.
The ‘magic bullet’ of the cap on care costs is unlikely to have a significant impact on individuals who need care.
How tech will transform the way private client practitioners undertake mental capacity risk assessments
With mental health currently high in the public conscience, it’s never been more important for those in legal services to exercise a duty of care when dealing with clients.