You are not obligated to stick with the same deputy if the relationship isn't working.
A deputy is appointed through a court order. The process of appointing a deputy can take several months, but it’s important to know that you are not obligated to stick with the same deputy if the relationship isn’t working. Just like any other relationship, clashes of personality can occur, and sometimes change becomes necessary.
Our Court of Protection team brings extensive experience to the table. We have been assisting clients in various situations and understand how your life is impacted by a loss of capacity.
However, we will genuinely listen to you without making assumptions about your wants and needs. Leveraging the knowledge and expertise of our CoP team, we will collaborate with you to help you achieve your desired outcomes.
We are always open to having an honest discussion about your situation, without any obligation on your part. We can confidentially explore whether changing your deputy might be beneficial for you.