The essential, plain English guide to Court of Protection law & practice
Court of Protection Made Clear: A User's Guide aims to help everyone involved in Court of Protection proceedings.
The book deliberately sets out to bridge the gap between the people using the Court and the professionals who advise them so that all involved can make fully informed decisions about money and welfare at what can be a stressful time.
Using plain English, it demystifies the law, language and procedure and is enhanced by a raft of invaluable flowcharts, tables and model documents that help put the guidance into practice.
While accessible to the non-lawyer the book also provides the professional legal adviser with a quick, clear first point of reference.
The book is fully up-to-date including the Case Management, Section 49 Reports and Transparency Pilot Practice Directions.
Mr Justice Keehan
Claire Wills-Goldingham QC, barrister, Colleton Chambers
Marie Leslie, barrister, Colleton Chambers
Dr Paul Divall
The book covers every aspect of the Court of Protection together with a glossary, useful documents, tables of applications, PDs (including renamed PDs under the Pilot), guidance notes and modifications under the Pilot plus invaluable template letters.
Who would find the book useful?
The Court of Protection Made Clear is deliberately written to bridge the gap between the people using the Court and the professionals who advise them.
It is accessible to the non-lawyer but also provides the professional legal adviser with a quick, clear first point of reference.
It will therefore be an essential reference for all
About the digital edition
The digital edition can be purchased separately or as part of a bundle.