Form

Form COP4: Apply to become someone's deputy (make a declaration)

Tell the court about your personal and financial circumstances, and how you'd make decisions on behalf of someone (become their deputy).

Documents

Deputy's declaration

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Datganiad y dirprwy

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Datganiad dirprwy / Deputy's declaration

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Details

Read more about deputyship and the fees you’ll need to pay if you become a deputy.

This form refers to the Mental Capacity Act 2005 Code of Practice.

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Published 1 September 2015