Hyphen Law blog

Hyphen Law offers free legal advice at Royal Hospital for Neuro-Disability

Sarah Green
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Specialist Court of Protection law firm Hyphen Law will be representing the Brain Injury Group (BIG) and providing free legal advice at a drop-in legal clinic held at the Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability (RHN) in Putney, South West London, tomorrow...

A question of capacity - what happens if someone regains mental capacity?

Elizabeth Metcalfe
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We recently published an article on the Brain Injury Group’s website looking at what happens when someone regains the mental capacity needed to manage their property and affairs. Written by Hyphen Law Associate Solicitor Elizabeth Metcalfe , the...

The Court of Protection and the Office of the Public Guardian - what's the difference?

Elizabeth Metcalfe
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Our clients sometimes ask, ‘what is the difference between the Court of Protection and the Office of the Public Guardian?’ In her latest blog, Associate Solicitor Elizabeth Metcalfe outlines the differences between the two. When someone...

Hyphen Law praised in Legal 500 and Chambers and Partners 2022 Guides

Christine Bunting
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We are delighted to announce that Christine Bunting and Kelly Knight have been recognised in the latest 2022 edition of the leading, independent legal guide Chambers & Partners for their expertise in providing Court of Protection services for...

Hyphen Law's Kelly Knight recognised in Chambers and Partners 2021 Guide

Christine Bunting
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Specialist Court of Protection law firm, Hyphen Law, has been celebrating its recent success in the highly respected legal guide, Chambers and Partners UK . Senior Associate Kelly Knight has been recognised by the leading independent guide as ‘an...

Guidance Notes for Attorneys

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Hyphen Law director takes on her biggest challenge yet!

Christine Bunting
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Hyphen Law director Christine Bunting will be taking on the biggest challenge of her life in April when she prepares to trek to the world-famous Mount Everest Base Camp to fundraise for Cerebra , a charity devoted to helping children and young people with...

Mental health focus on Young Carers Awareness Day

Christine Bunting
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Organised by the Carers Trust , a charity which works to improve support and services for carers, the aim of the day is to raise public awareness of the significant challenges faced by children and young people with a caring role and to campaign for greater...

What has changed on NHS Continuing Healthcare?

Christine Bunting
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NHS Continuing Healthcare is a package of free healthcare for individuals who have significant and ongoing needs. It is not means-tested which means that it does not matter what your income is or the level of your savings, if you meet the criteria, you are...

Did you apply to register a Lasting Power of Attorney or Enduring Power of Attorney between 1 April 2013 and 31 March 2017?

Christine Bunting
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Did you apply to register a Lasting Power of Attorney or Enduring Power of Attorney between 1 April 2013 and 31 March 2017? If so, you could be one of almost two million people in England and Wales who are entitled to claim part of your application fee...

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