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Looking into applying to be a Deputy for my son under Court of Protection. Are there disadvantages?
I'm looking into applying to be a Deputy for my son, under the Court of Protection process. My son is 50. And I'd be pleased to hear about the experience of other parents who have gone down this route. I can see the advantage of being legally seen as a decision maker but (along with the rather hefty fees, upfront and ongoing) are there any disadvantages? Thanks in advance.