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Welcome to our Court of Protection blog featuring updates, guidance and news from the Wrigleys team.

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August 22, 2018 - Case Update

http://www.bailii.org/ew/cases/EWCOP/2018/17.html Readers might remember that Mr Fitzgerald, a very persistent maker of Court of Protection applications, reappeared a few weeks ago when his latest application was dismissed as without merit.  The last instalment can be found here It seems that Sir James Munby had not heard the last of the tireless Mr Fitzgerald after all.  […]


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July 24, 2018 - Case Update

Readers of the blog might remember Desmond Maurice Allan Fitzgerald, who featured in a previous posting which can be found here. The original dispute was about the affairs of A, Mr Fitzgerald’s aunt. A’s niece, C, was appointed as A’s deputy in May 2013.  Mr Fitzgerald had objected to this.  In fact Mr Fitzgerald objected […]


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July 17, 2018 - News

The Office of the Public Guardian (OPG) is about to launch a mediation pilot scheme to deal with family conflicts about powers of attorney.   The scheme will apply to Enduring and Lasting Powers of Attorney.  The mediation will be face to face as far as possible.  The views of the person who made the power […]


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January 20, 2017 - Case Update

Not in this case, which involved a statutory will application brought in accordance with a previous court-approved compromise agreement


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January 18, 2016 - Case Update

Comment Here we see another sad family dispute. The practice point for us to take from this though is whether somebody who has been acting for one of the parties can switch to a different role and become an independent professional deputy. The answer, quite rightly, is no. There may be non-contentious situations where a […]


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11 Apr 2019

Would it have been a reasonable adjustment for an employer to follow its own policy?

A disabled employee should have been offered a dedicated parking space as a reasonable adjustment in line with the employer's own policy

10 Apr 2019

Marie-Louise Hamilton to be Managing Partner at Wrigleys LLP

Marie-Louise Hamilton has been appointed managing partner and will start the role in May 2019.

29 Mar 2019

Was a head teacher discriminated against for being gay?

Did the treatment of a gay head teacher amount to constructive dismissal and sexual orientation discrimination?