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Advice needed about Court Appointed Deputy pleasers

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  • Advice needed about Court Appointed Deputy pleasers

    Hi. My daughters dad is in a care home, has been for about two years. Hes now incapable of doing anything and his social worker advised my daughter to get the CAD forms, which she has (Power of Attorney not possible now) shes not sure which to apply for though. She put his house up for sale with his consent, and has managed his money for years, also with his knowledge and consent. In the last 4 months he has deteriorated badly and the home have put DNR on his file. She is his only child. The house has just sold so all she wants to do is be able to let the buyers buy it and be able to manage his bank. The home take his pension etc for his care.

    The problem is is does she need to get Deputy for Property and Affairs or Deputy of for Personal Welfare?

    Id appreciate any help with this. Thankyou
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    Probably both

    Property and Affairs - if they are looking to complete on the sale of the property and then manage how the sale proceeds are used

    Personal Welfare - to be able to make decisions as regards to ongoing care and treatment
    They say that a little knowledge is a dangerous thing. That being the case then I have enough to be lethal.

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      Probably both

      Property and Affairs - if they are looking to complete on the sale of the property and then manage how the sale proceeds are used

      Personal Welfare - to be able to make decisions as regards to ongoing care and treatment
      Thanks for the reply. The problem there is the cost. Its 385 for the Personal Welfare. I cant find any info about fees for both. The form is very daunting!

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