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The Court of Protection


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Yes I read the article in Saturday's Mail, was aware that something was being set up to "protect" the financial interests of those who were unable to do themselves, but was a bit taken aback by the powers it had and the fees that it charges.

 

One assumes that the real motivation is to stop relatives hiding assets away and then claiming care costs etc from the state. A friend of mine got the "third degree" over finances from social services when his dad had to go in to a care home after a major stroke.

 

http://www.publicguardian.gov.uk/

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