What happens if someone becomes mentally incapacitated through illness or injury and they do not have enduring powers of attorney in place? Before you are able to act on behalf of the incapacitated person, you will need to make an application to the Court under the Protection of Personal Property Rights Act (PPPR).
We can prepare an application to the Court for someone to be appointed as a welfare guardian and/or property manager.
There are limited time frames for orders; we can also assist with applications for further orders where previous orders are set to expire.
Our experienced team can help you with:
- Applications to be appointed Property Manager
- Applications to be appointed Welfare Guardian
- Applications for further orders where previous orders set to expire
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