The appointment of a personal welfare Deputy, is relatively unusual and only will be made by the Court of Protection in very specific circumstances where complex or controversial decisions have to be made. A welfare Deputy is not required, for example, to enable day to day decisions about personal care and welfare.
Examples of when a welfare Deputy might be appointed include
We have the specialist experience to advise as to whether an application for a welfare Deputyship is appropriate and can undertake this work on your behalf.
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