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Posted on 6th April 2021 by Anne Pearson

Listen to the first in our four episode podcast series where Anne Pearson of Boyes Turner's Court of Protection team talks to Ruth Meyer, a professional deputy and the head of the Court of Protection team about her role as a financial deputy.

Key points of this webinar

Ever wondered what the Court of Protection is? What a financial deputy does? Anne Pearson speaks to Ruth Meyer, head of the Court of Protection team at Boyes Turner and gets her to answer your questions...

"Deeply appreciated"
May I take this opportunity to thank Anne Pearson once again for her patience and time with me during our telephone conversations - you will of course appreciate that [the client] has a large file with the Office of the Public Guardian so it was deeply appreciated that Anne was extremely helpful when I need to clarify information and especially timelines. 
"Knowledgeable, organised, responsive, diligent, empathetic and human"
I deal with many legal firms during the course of my work and have found the Court of Protection team at Boyes Turner to be, 'simply the best'. Anne Pearson is the most consistently proficient and pleasant professional to work in partnership with. A clear focus of keeping the client at the centre of the work is always evident. I could not recommend her expertise and attitude more highly.
"Beyond the call of duty "
It is a pleasure and a privilege to work with Anne Pearson, Senior Manager in Boyes Turner Solicitors’ Court of Protection team because she goes far beyond the call of duty to ensure that her vulnerable clients and their families are supported in the most difficult and distressing circumstances. Her professionalism is matched by her sincere care for her clients. Families facing the daunting process of applying to the Court of Protection to obtain Deputyship for a relative who has lost mental capacity could not receive better advice and support.