We help and advise individuals and families when a person lacks the mental capacity to make their own choices and decisions.
This can be due to a wide range of reasons including learning disability, dementia, coma, a brain injury or mental health issue, including addiction. Reduced mental capacity may be sudden or gradual, permanent or temporary. Our mental capacity lawyers are here to support people whatever the circumstances – and in cases where there are disagreements over what is in the best interests of the person in question.
Our solicitors understand the complexities, emotion and challenges of caring for someone who is mentally incapacitated and we’re here to try to smooth the path as much as possible.
Do get in touch for an informal discussion about our services.