Court of Protection

Did the person you care about fail to create a Lasting Power of Attorney and is now deemed unfit to appoint one? Don’t worry. Paradigm can help you apply for approval from the Court of Protection to make decisions in your loved one’s best interests.

What do you have to do?

You will need to complete some forms, which can be time-consuming. It is vital that you fill in everything correctly and that you know exactly what powers you wish to apply for. You will also need to provide a doctor’s certificate to the Court to demonstrate that the person cannot make decisions for themselves.

Our legal team of professionals can help you work out which forms you need and complete them to ensure that the Court of Protection can process them without delay.

The Court of Protection is a court that deals with decisions or actions taken under the Mental Capacity Act.

The Court of Protection is a court that deals with decisions or actions taken under the Mental Capacity Act. It helps people by making decisions about their money, property, health, or welfare. The court can also give these powers to someone else (known as a deputy) if there is a need for decisions to be made on an ongoing basis.

You may only need the power to help your friend or relative manage their money or decide what treatment they receive in the hospital. Or you might need a much more general power to help them with all their financial and other decisions.

With our continued support, we free you from the burden of worry and provide you with peace of mind that your assets will be inherited by your loved ones when you are no longer here.

At Paradigm Wills and Legal Services, we genuinely care about educating people on the importance of making a will. In an industry often loaded with complex legal jargon and a conveyor-belt mentality, we provide a paradigm shift in how we offer our wills services. We aim to supply fresh ideas, clear and straightforward explanations, and a service tailored specifically to you. With you at the centre, we strive to make the will writing process as transparent as possible.

Contacting us is free. Have a consultation or a home visit with one of our experts and discuss your options with no obligation.

Our experienced legal advisors are on hand to provide you with all the advice you need with writing a Will, guidance on establishing a trust, help with applying for probate, and arranging prepaid funeral plans.

Get in touch

You may want to talk through your options first with our team of legal advisors. Fill out our form and the team will contact you to help you with everything you need to get started.

Lasting Power of Attorney

Appoint Attorneys to act on your behalf should you no longer be able to make decisions.

Inheritance Tax

Reduce the impact of Inheritance Tax (possibly avoid it altogether) and maximise your tax allowance.


Let our specialists help lighten the load and take care of your probate application for your loved one.