Solicitor in the court of protection team.
I am a solicitor working across all aspects of Court of Protection matters.
This involves helping individuals who are not deemed to have the legal capacity to manage their property and finances. This could be due to a wide range of reasons including suffering a brain injury, dementia or any other cognitive impairment.
I also assist in health and welfare Court of Protection matters, this involves helping a person or a family member who wishes to challenge a deprivation of liberty safeguard (Dols), clients who are challenging decisions relating to residence, care, treatment, contact with loved ones and other aspects of life.
I am driven by helping some of the most vulnerable people in our society during difficult periods of their lives.
Puja Desai interviews employees around the firm and discusses their experience with different invisible illnesses. The first part was on diabetes, the second MS and this podcast focuses on epilepsy.
Anthony Collins Solicitors are presenting a series of podcasts with employees to raise awareness about disabilities around the firm.
The first disability we are going to discuss is diabetes. We begin by discussing the different types of diabetes; their similarities and differences and how we live with the disability within our day.
The 'Chocolate Snowman Appeal' is an amazing initiative that Anthony Collins Solicitors' (ACS) employees take part in every year.
We have been appointed as profession powers of attorney for a client called Mr P. What did we do once we were appointed and how this has benefited the client will be covered by Puja Desai, Solicitor.
Making an application to the Court of Protection to make or change a Will for someone who is not able to do this themselves due to lacking mental capacity.
The Court of Protection is very important as it ensures that people who lack capacity are safeguarded.
I have been qualified as a Court of Protection Solicitor for almost ten months now and I absolutely love my job.
The law surrounding organ donation has changed. The Organ Donation (Deemed Consent) Bill came into effect on 20 May 2020 and has implemented an opt-out system for organ donation.
A review conducted by the MoJ found that the costs of the OPG to supervise deputyships between 1 April 2008 and 31 March 2015 did not match the fees that the MoJ had set.
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