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Ruth Meyer

Partner

Ruth Meyer leads Boyes Turner’s highly regarded Court of Protection team. Ruth’s clear communication, helpful approach and hands-on, personal understanding of each of her vulnerable clients’ circumstances has earned her the respect of Court of Protection and High Court judges, fellow professionals and financial and medical experts, and the friendship and trust of her client families. She has 27 years of experience as an English solicitor and New York attorney.

She is clear and concise with her instructions, quick to react to emergency needs and always willing to listen. She is fantastic at building a rapport quickly and effectively with clients of all ages. She is absolutely fantastic, she understands us so well and is very caring and empathetic, and is an all-round excellent professional."

Chambers Guide to the Legal Profession

Ruth’s professional biography

Ruth Meyer is a Partner in Boyes Turner’s and leads their highly regarded Court of Protection team. Ruth advises on setting up and running all types of Court of Protection deputyships and trusts for children and adults but has a particular specialism in those who have suffered severe brain injury and disability from medical negligence or a personal injury which gives rise to a claim. Ruth works closely with Boyes Turner’s medical negligence, personal injury and education teams as well as teams representing the elderly.

Her outstanding service extends from giving expert witness evidence, to advising on statutory will and Gift applications to the Court of Protection.

Ruth has particular expertise in acting as a professional Deputy or Trustee for those unable to manage their own finances or who are particularly vulnerable.

In this capacity Ruth provides a bespoke approach to the individual needs of each client, assisting families with specialist adaptations to the family home, purchasing adapted vehicles and working closely with architects, therapists and case managers and employing carers. She assists families in planning for the near and long-term future, by budgeting, anticipating and providing for change and submitting statutory wills where required.

Ruth combines her highly professional and astute management of her clients’ best interests with an approachable, down-to-earth and compassionate manner with her clients, many of whom regard her as a trusted family advisor and friend. Each client is seen as unique and as an individual upon which long lasting relationships are built.

Ruth is a full member of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP), the Solicitors for the Elderly (SFE) and has received the Older Client Care in Practice (OCCP) Award accreditation, reflecting her specialist skills in advising and supporting older and vulnerable clients. She is a member of the Professional Deputies Forum (PDF).

Ruth is ranked as an expert in both Chambers and as a leading individual in the Legal 500.  With more than 30 years of experience as an English solicitor she is also dual qualified New York attorney.

Ruth is often called upon to share her deputyship expertise by speaking at seminars or through podcasts and appearing in the media. 

Boyes Turner court of protection team - Ruth Meyer

Meet Ruth Meyer, partner, court of protection team. Learn more about what motivates her to do the job she does.

"Ruth’s expertise in Court of Protection matters is a given...what makes Ruth stand out is her skill in balancing her client’s best interests, applying a high standard of care at all times and liaising with families and care professionals with sensitivity"

Jonathan Fennell, Chartered MCSI

Ruth's accreditations

"Balancing client’s best interest"
Ruth’s expertise in Court of Protection matters is a given….what makes Ruth stand out is her skill in balancing her client’s best interests, applying a high standard of care at all times and liaising with families and care professionals with sensitivity. 

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In her spare time, you’ll find Ruth travelling, enjoying time with her family as well cooking South East Asian food reflecting her background.

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