Members of Three Stone are regularly instructed to appear before the Court of Protection at all stages of litigation in that specialist tribunal.  They have experience of acting for lay parties as well as for professionals appointed as deputies.  As well as having experience of lasting powers of attorney and deputyships, members of Three Stone also have experience of dealing with statutory wills.

Complementing our excellent broader practice in trusts and estate cases, members of chambers also provide advice in relation to cases where one party is a Patient, or where the capacity of one party is in question, engaging a detailed knowledge of the Mental Capacity Act 2005.