Corporate Deputy

So what is a Corporate Deputy?

A Corporate Deputy is someone who applies to the Court of Protections to manage the property and financial affairs for someone who does not have the mental capacity to make the decision for themselves.
A Deputy is appointed if someone has not made an Enduring or Lasting Power of Attorney. A Deputy must always act in the best interest of the person who lacks mental capacity.


What can the Deputy service include?

Appointee Services Ltd – Corporate Deputy Service can include some or all of the following:

-Manage all the financial affairs of a person who lacks the capacity to make         specific decisions.
-Registration of Corporate Deputyship
-Claim all private, occupation pensions and investments
-Access bank to determine total assets
-Manage all money held within a bank account and/or savings account held by   Appointee Services Ltd
-Manage all assets held by the customer
-Arrange a sale of any assets where necessary
-Produce annual Deputy reports to the Office of the Public Guardian
-Record all decision making

All deputies are supervised by the Office of the Public Guarding to ensure they are acting in the best interests of our customers , they are appointed by the Court of Protection and regulated by the Office of the Public Guardian, this ensures that deputies act in a professional manner at all times on behalf of our customer .. All deputies must have security bonds for each customer whose affairs they manage and annual reports must be submitted to the Office of the Public Guardian detailing all financial transactions that has taken place within that period .