Deprivation of liberty is commonly associated with elderly people who may be suffering from dementia but can also apply to other vulnerable adults.

If you want to challenge a Local Authority’s decision to deprive someone of their liberty, we provide the advice and support you need. You have the right to appeal to the Court of Protection against deprivation of liberty decisions and we can guide and support you through every step of the process. We can also ensure that patients are treated fairly whilst in care.

If you have been deprived of your liberty or are concerned about a relative or loved one, we can help. Our friendly solicitors will put you at ease and are here to answer any questions you may have. Mental health patients can often use our services free of charge and if you can’t get to our offices, we may be able to visit you. You can talk to us in complete confidence and our free initial assessment promise means you can get answers to your immediate questions, quickly and easily. 

Want to know more?

Our Free Initial Assessment gives you the chance to talk with one of our experts so you can find out how we can help. There’s no charge and no obligation whatsoever.

Call us on 0121 514 5279 and we’ll arrange your Free Initial Assessment at a time convenient for you