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Lynne Bradey


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Whose money is it anyway?

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 bank account while failing to pay her care home fees and buy her clothes has been removed by the Court of Protection.

Colin refused to produce accounts to show what he had been doing with Alma’s money.  Over the two and a half years he had access to her funds he spent less than £10 per month on her allowance.  Alma had to wear old, worn clothes from other care home residents who had died and wasn’t able to have podiatry treatment or have a CD player, despite her love of music.

[2016] EWCOP 9

18 Sep 2019

Safer working practices for those working with children and young people in education

Recent changes to non-statutory guidance produced by the Safer Recruitment Consortium

17 Sep 2019

Wrigleys Solicitors and SSAT jointly respond to the Government's education policies

Why schools might be cautiously optimistic going into the new year.

12 Sep 2019

Wrigleys Private Client Solicitor named as one of the UK's 'Top 35 Under 35' 2019

Private Client advisor Lucy Hargreaves is celebrating her place on the definitive annual list of young private client practitioners across the UK.