Court of Protection: Case Management


Court of Protection: Case Management

Three case management pathways for CoP proceedings:1. a Property and Affairs pathway,2. a Health and Welfare pathway, and3. a hybrid pathway for cases that have elements of both Property and Health.

Source: Court of Protection draft Case Management Pilot published

Case management is the coordination of services on behalf of an individual person who may be considered a case in different settings. For the purpose of Parents Rights Blog the settings will be social work and law. In that instance Case Management will refer to:

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Making An Application To Court of Protection

 

 

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