What Are Deputyships And What Do They Mean For Our Rights? – Each Other

‘There are two distinct types of deputyship: property and financial affairs deputyship (PFAP) and personal welfare deputyship (PWD). Approximately 375 PWDs and 15,000 PFAPs are applied per year.’

Full Story

Each Other, 18th August 2021

Source: eachother.org.uk

131: Deputyship Orders in the Court of Protection – Amelia Walker – Law Pod UK

Posted December 1st, 2020 in costs, Court of Protection, deputyship, news, podcasts, third parties by sally

‘Earlier this year Hilder J considered the question of whether a deputy can recover their costs from the protected person’s assets when they have instructed a legal firm with which they are associated. Amelia Walker discusses this judgment, which also outlines the limits of a deputy’s authority, with Rosalind English.’

Full Story

Law Pod UK, 30th November 2020

Source: audioboom.com

Applications to the Court of Protection: The Notification Process – Family Law

Posted October 11th, 2019 in Court of Protection, deputyship, news, notification, time limits by tracey

‘The Court of Protection is unable to make a Deputyship order unless the appropriate notification process has been followed by the applicant.’

Full Story

Family Law, 10th October 2019

Source: www.familylaw.co.uk