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Proposed reforms to the charging system of adult social care in England

Posted on 26th November 2021 in Later Life Planning, Safeguarding Vulnerable Clients

STEP has reported that the Government has published more details of its proposed reforms to the charging system of adult social care in England, including a lifetime cap on the charges for personal care.

Posted by

Sue Halfyard

Senior Associate and Chartered Legal Executive


What to do when a loved one has lost the mental capacity to deal with their own affairs

Posted on 15th October 2021 in Safeguarding Vulnerable Clients

When a person loses mental capacity, they cannot usually put a Power of Attorney in place. Instead, in order to appoint someone to make decisions for them, an application needs to be made to the Court of Protection to appoint a deputy.

Posted by

Emma Ruttley