Where a person is unable to make decisions about how they are treated and cared for someone else needs to be appointed to make these decisions on their behalf.
Decisions made as to the care and treatment of an incapacitated person are not always correct. Where there is concern as to neglect or mistreatment, family or friends may seek to intervene through the courts.
Practical decisions as to the treatment of an individual must take account of religious, cultural and family traditions.
When deciding what is in the persons best interests the court will consider the individuals background and family wishes. We are experienced in dealing with such issues and what weight the court will apply to each factor.
We use our knowledge and experience to present your case in the best possible light.
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