Making Applications to the Court of Protection - Practice & Procedure - Live at Your Desk

Making Applications to the Court of Protection - Practice & Procedure - Live at Your Desk

Session 1

15 Jul 2024

10:15 AM ‐ 1:15 PM

Session 2

19 Jul 2024

10:15 AM ‐ 1:15 PM

With a SmartPlan £288

With a Season Ticket £320

Standard price £640

All prices exclude VAT
Introduction: Requires no prior subject knowledge
6 hours
Group bookings
email us to discuss discounts for 5+ delegates


The Court of Protection is constantly evolving, not only to cope with the level of demand for its services, but also to ensure that 'P' is protected at all times. Professional Deputies are often required to provide assistance to P in the management of their property and financial affairs.

This live broadcast session will provide you with the latest practice and procedures to enable you to make simple and complex applications in the Court of Protection, and in addition give practical advice to assist in making Deputyship a sustainable part of your business for the future.

What You Will Learn

This live and interactive broadcast will cover the following:

  • Applications in the Court of Protection
  • Overview of the Court of Protection and their Authority
  • Health and Welfare v Property and Financial Affairs Deputies
  • Procedure for making applications and the Mental Capacity Act 2005
  • Notifying Parties
  • COP3 changes
  • Fees, fee remission applications and retrospective claims
  • New Pilot Pathways
  • Making Urgent Applications in the Court of Protection
  • When are they required?
  • Procedure
  • Acting as Professional Deputy
  • Code of Practice and Professional Deputy Standards
  • Costs and the SCCO
  • Investments; your responsibilities
  • Annual accounting and tax returns; new regulations
  • Other matters to consider when acting as Professional Deputy
  • Court of Protection visitors and supervision by the OPG
  • Current Legislation and Case Law Other Types of Application
  • Statutory Wills
  • Trustee Applications
  • Appointing and discharging a Trustee of Land

Recording of live sessions: Soon after the Learn Live session has taken place you will be able to go back and access the recording - should you wish to revisit the material discussed.