Court of Protection

Court of Protection

Pendragon Chambers Court of Protection Team.

The Court of Protection is a vital arm of the judiciary, allowing for the affairs of the most vulnerable in society to be dealt with sensitively and properly. It has jurisdiction over the property, financial affairs and personal welfare of people who lack mental capacity to make decisions for themselves. It is responsible for determining disputes as to the registration of enduring and lasting powers of attorney, appointing new trustees, authorising certain gifts and the making of statutory wills. Members of Pendragon Chambers can act for claimants, relatives, statutory agencies, private bodies and the Official Solicitor.

We offer a wide variety of advocates who can combine the necessary skills for effective work in the Court of Protection. Our barristers advise in cases concerning welfare, financial and serious medical treatment decisions, the deprivation of liberty safeguards, nearest relative displacement applications and judicial review.

                 
  • Swansea Barrister

    Sara Rudman

    Sara Rudman LL.B (Hons) (Exon) Barrister at Law Called 1992(Inner Temple) DOB: 30th September 1969 Educated at Risca Comprehensive, full 6th form scholarship to Monmouth School for Girls, Law Degree at Exeter University and BVC at Inns of Court School of Law, London. Called to …

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    Jonathan Hill

    Jonathan Hill LL.B (Hons) Barrister at Law Called 1997 (Middle Temple) Originally from the Midlands Jonathan joined Pendragon Chambers in November 2009, having completed pupillage and gained tenancy in the London Area. Jonathan moved to South Wales following his marriage to a local solicitor. Prior …

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  • Bethan Bromley

    Bethan Bromley

    Bethan Bromley LLB, 2019 Inner Temple Prior to undertaking a career as a Barrister Bethan ran a small company for close to a decade which gave her a wealth of experience in managing difficult situations, forward planning and project management. In addition to this Bethan …

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