Decision-Making Representation Order

Where a person has not made an Enduring Power of Attorney and becomes unable to manage their own affairs, we advise and act for clients, such as concerned relatives, in obtaining a decision-making representation order. Previously known as Ward of Court, a Decision-Making Representation Order enables the Court to appoint a representative to make decisions on the person’s behalf where they no longer have the mental capacity to do so. The Representative must make decisions that are aligned with the person’s wishes.

We will provide you with a full breakdown of the costs and steps involved in making these arrangements at the outset.

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