Private Practice

Court of Protection Associate

Court of Protection Associate

  • We are looking for a qualified solicitor with experience in Court of Protection work to increase and strengthen our successful team.
  • A key aspect of the role is preparation of court applications, both financial and welfare deputyship orders and more complex wills and trusts.
  • You'll also be involved in the supervision of paralegals within the team in matters of simple applications to Court and general management of the deputyship.
  • We require you to have experience of creating and management of LPAs and of OPG deputy standards.
  • Experience in the area of community care and welfare law is also necessary.

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