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Court of Protection What Matters Does it Cover?


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Summary

Price
£72 inc VAT
Or £24.00/mo. for 3 months...
Study method
Online, self-paced
Duration
1 hour
Qualification
No formal qualification
Additional info
  • Tutor is available to students

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Overview

Learning Outcomes

  • On completion of this course you will:
  • • Be familiar with the COP’s powers
  • • Understand the differences between LPA and EPA
  • • Have a greater understanding of, and feel confident when, advising clients regarding this area of private client law

What is the target audience?

  • Private client practitioners

Description

The use of the Court of Protection (COP) has increased over the years.

Aimed at practitioners wishing to improve or refresh their knowledge regarding the COP, this session will provide viewers with an overview of the COP’s powers and will discuss the two types of lasting powers of attorney; personal welfare and property and affairs.

The position in relation to court deputies, lasting powers of attorney and the use of advance directives will also be considered.

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