Mental Capacity

Mental Capacity

When our loved ones are incapacitated, it is a heart-wrenching situation to see them in their state of mental decline. Apart from the anguish, it becomes imperative that we are able to care for and protect them, often from themselves. However, without authorisation, our hands are tied.

This is where we can help you help your loved ones. We are able to advice you on obtaining the appropriate orders for you to be appointed the Deputy under the Mental Capacity Act, and to take the appropriate action in the interests of the said loved one. Upon being appointed the Deputy, you will have the lawful authority to handle the affairs of your loved one.