Court of Protection / Deputyships

As a Court appointed Deputy, ILBP Provider can make decisions and manage the affairs of an individual when they have been assessed as lacking capacity to manage their finances. This is appointed by the Court of Protection.

ILBP Provider would be appointed as deputy in cases where it is deemed to be more appropriate to manage the affairs of someone that has additional sources of income other than benefits. They also undertake responsibility for the management of all a person's financial affairs if they become incapable of doing so themselves.

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Once ILBP Provider have been granted Deputyship we can then access

  • private pensions
  • bank accounts
  • investments/shares
  • property dealings
  • care arrears and other debts

What makes ILBP Provider different?

At ILBP Provider, our Deputyship service is characterised by a commitment to accessibility and client-centered care. We understand that individuals seeking deputyship often face complex legal processes and associated costs. That's why we differentiate ourselves by not charging exorbitant solicitor fees, making deputyship accessible to those who need it most.

Furthermore, we prioritise collaboration with local authorities to ensure the utmost protection and safeguarding of our clients. By working closely with these authorities, we create a comprehensive support network that prioritises the well-being and best interests of the client.

At ILBP Provider, we believe in giving our clients the freedom to make choices that align with their evolving needs. As part of our Deputyship service, clients have the option to transition back to an Appointeeship once their Deputyship term has concluded. This flexibility empowers individuals to regain control over their financial affairs as they progress on their journey towards independence.


ILBP Provider’s deputyship service is charged in line with fixed costs set by the court of protection.

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