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No one likes to think of a time when they are unable to look after their own finances and well-being, however, this may become a reality.
When someone becomes unable to make decisions for themselves, a family member or a friend can apply to the Court of Protection for a Deputyship Order. The Court will then appoint a suitable Deputy to act on their behalf.
Please click on the link to read the full article published in the Times of Tonbridge on 20 September 2016 https://www.timesoftunbridgewells.co.uk/lasting-powers-of-attorney-vs-the-alternative/