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Court of Protection Overview

Several members of Chambers are regularly instructed in Court of Protection cases relating to patients’ property and affairs, including applications for statutory wills, the appointment of deputies, directions relating to the sale, transfer and management of patients’ assets, objections to the registration of powers of attorney, and related matters.


Directories

Chambers & Partners 2018

Constance McDonnell 
Highly regarded for her work on probate and contentious trusts. When in the Court of Protection, she is frequently involved in cases concerning lifetime gifts, statutory wills, and enduring powers of attorney. She is further able to advise on the sale of assets for clients who lack capacity. 
Strengths: "She's very good with lay clients and has a calm, authoritative manner." "She is a very persuasive advocate and an ideal choice for Court of Protection work."


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