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

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January 16, 2018 - Guidance

Citation numbers [2015] EWCOP 93 and [2016] EWCOP 65 Case Impact in Brief If you are acting as an attorney, there are very clear rules about what you can give away and what you can’t. Unfortunately not everybody seems to know them.  In this case the attorneys seem to have sought advice but not from […]


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April 6, 2017 - Case Update

A recent case warns attorneys about higher risk investments that benefit the attorney personally through IHT reliefs.


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June 6, 2016 - Case Update

Yes, says the Court of Protection.

A daughter continues as health and welfare attorney for her father, though the Judge partially revoked the property and affairs LPA.


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April 26, 2016 - Case Update

Comment – This is another sad case involving an attorney who seemed to be looking out for his own interests rather than Alma’s.  A panel Deputy is now in place and things are being put right.  Be careful who you appoint as your attorney! Case Details An attorney who took almost £80,000 from his aunt’s […]


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December 23, 2015 - Case Update

In this case an attorney who seems to have taken rather too fluid a view of the interaction between his finances and those of his incapacitated mother was removed by the Court of Protection. Comment Here again we see an attorney who seems to have confused the fact that he was receiving his mother’s money […]


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November 24, 2015 - Case Update

In some ways this case is unremarkable but every instance of financial abuse is sad, particularly so when it is perpetrated by those a parent should be able to trust. I get a sense here that because Alan had gone into a home, his daughters no longer saw his assets as his. In this particular […]


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25 Jun 2019

Wrigleys reaction to HMRC's taxation of Trusts consultation

The aim and intentions of the consultation, a summary of Wrigleys' response and the government's proposed plans.

24 Jun 2019

Can employers change terms and conditions by making offers directly to workers and avoiding trade union negotiations?

Inducements to forgo collective bargaining: the risk of penal awards decreases after Court of Appeal decision.

13 Jun 2019

What does the Timpson Review of School Exclusion mean in practice?

The key findings and recommendations of the Timpson Review of School Exclusion and the impact on exclusions and behaviour management in practice.