Ceri Mawson


I am a Paralegal based in the Health and Community Care Team at Westgate House.

I joined Moore & Tibbits in 2016 to specialise in working with vulnerable adults as this reflects my long term interests, and means that I can use the knowledge and skills I acquired when I volunteered for the Citizens Advice Bureau.

My main area of work concerns the Court of Protection and I have experience in both free-standing deputy applications and research and co-ordination as part of our professional deputy service. I can also provide advice on arranging and paying for social care, and health and social care complaints. Complimenting this, I also assist the education law team with all aspects of advice for both children and parents struggling to access the provision they are entitled to.

I love the variety of work involved in my job, in particular conducting legal research and working with the team to apply this to individual cases.  I regularly travel to meet with clients and am experienced at working with people who have additional support needs, including communication difficulties. I am privileged to be able to use the law to achieve the best possible outcome for my clients, who are often vulnerable and unable to advocate for their own legal rights.

I completed my first degree in Politics with International Relations, and then achieved a Distinction in my Graduate Diploma in Law whilst working at Moore & Tibbits. After being awarded the Dean’s Scholarship by Nottingham Trent University, I am now studying part time for a Legal Practice Course and Masters in Law whilst I continue on the path to becoming a solicitor.


Negotiating with local authority finance teams about deferred payment agreements – especially those that do not fit the standard criteria! Co-ordinating information between the client and the local authority to ensure that the property disregard period is applied and the deferred payment plan is put in place during this time period.

Supporting a client, as part of our professional deputy / attorney service, with the sale of his property. When Mr H moved permanently into a care home, he wanted to sell his property. I arranged meetings with estate agents to obtain valuations and after consultation with Mr H and his attorney, the property was put on the open market. I then itemised Mr H’s furniture and personal belongings that he had left in his house, including taking photographs, so that he could choose which furniture he wanted to keep and which he wanted to sell. As Mr H was unable to travel, he found it helpful to have pictorial reminders of his belongings, and was able to be in control of these important decisions. I also ensured that the terms of his property insurance was changed during the unoccupied sale period and that his council tax was waived during this time as well.


During the coronavirus pandemic, I will be working remotely and can be contacted on:  07957 651754

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