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14 October 2021 | Webinars | Article by Joseph Brophy

Webinar: Dementia and capacity in probate and Court of Protection disputes replay

As part of our Autumn Private Client webinar series with Legal Network, Solicitor, Joseph Brophy, hosts a webinar on contentious probate and Court of Protection disputes.

He looks at how dementia, and specifically the different types of dementia can have a direct impact on capacity and disputes over capacity with a particular focus on contentious probate and Court of Protection disputes.

We have posted the webinar recording above, for you to watch at your leisure.

Author bio

Joe is a Solicitor in the Contested Wills, Trusts and Estates team. He obtained his Law Degree and completed the Legal Practitioners Course at Swansea University and since graduating, has gained experience across a broad range of areas including personal injury, child care proceedings, criminal law, High Court enforcement, conveyancing and general litigation. Upon qualifying as a Solicitor in 2019, Joe has worked for an OPG Panel Deputy, specialising in Court of Protection Property and Affairs matters.
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