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When a person is not mentally able to deal with his or her own affairs and has not effected a lasting or enduring power of attorney, it can be difficult for their family to do even simple things, such as access money in their name to pay for essentials. Sometimes the house will need to be sold and care arranged, but the family has no authority to do this. Perhaps the person has no family to help.
Wrigleys can help you to apply to the Court of Protection to be appointed as a 'Deputy' for a person who is no longer able to look after his or her own affairs. This means that, under the Court's supervision and with our help, you will have the authority to deal with the person's finances and help to get those affairs in order.