Wards of Court

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If a family member or loved one loses their ability to look after themselves or their affairs due to a mental illness and they haven’t completed Enduring Power of Attorney, they will have to be made a Ward of Court.

We have extensive experience making Ward of Court applications and can offer expert guidance to ensure that the Ward of Court and their affairs are protected. The High Court will appoint a person or persons to act as Committee for the Ward of Court who will have responsibility to look after their property and affairs. We offer a sensitive and caring service during this time.

Contact us now for a FREE consultation with one of our experienced solicitors.

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