Court of Protection 17 Barristers

The Court of Protection is responsible for disputes as to the registration of enduring powers of attorney, and Lasting Powers of Attorney, appointing new trustees, appointing deputies to manage the affairs of persons who do not have capacity.

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  • Deirdre Smythe

    Deirdre Smythe

    • Called in 2008
    • Membership Status: Barrister - Full Member
    • Public Access Accredited

    A dual-qualified Barrister at the English and Irish Bar, Dee Smyth has extensive experience in Family and Criminal Law, as well as other aspects of...

    Dee Smythe went above and beyond to represent me in court, often working out of hours to complete the work, she was...

    AnonymousDirect access client
  • Mr Bilal Hanif

    Mr Bilal Hanif

    • Called in 2013
    • Membership Status: Barrister - Full Member

    Bilal completed his practising pupillage under the supervision of highly experienced commercial barrister, Mr Tahir Ashraf. ...

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  • Peter Wade

    Peter Wade

    • Called in 2018
    • Membership Status: Barrister - Full Member
    • Public Access Accredited

    Peter joined Clerksroom in October 2018, having spent over 14 years as a Solicitor and more recently, Solicitor-Advocate. A dual-qualified...

    Peter was a very popular solicitor within our team at Longden Walker & Renney Solicitors. This allied with his...

    Neil HeavisidesLongden Walker & Renney Solicitors
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