“Its experienced and talented Chancery barristers turn their hands to all aspects of the field.”
Court of Protection section, Chambers UK
The Court of Protection makes decisions about the property and affairs and the personal welfare of people who lack the mental capacity to take those decisions for themselves. Members of Radcliffe Chambers have extensive experience of the law and practice of the Court. They advise on a wide range of matters connected with the work of the Court, and conduct hearings in the Court.
Where the Court of Protection has to deal with a person’s property and affairs, members of Chambers advise on and conduct proceedings in the Court relating to:
Members of Chambers also advise on personal welfare issues such as:
Please click on the links to the left, or contact a member of our clerking team.
The majority of Court of Protection cases are not publicly reported; but these are examples of some of the cases we have been involved in which have been reported:
Further information on these cases can be viewed in our Court of Protection brochure.