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Multi-agency cooperation and complex care needs agreed

Case report: [2021] EWCOP 21.

As more agencies get involved in a vulnerable person’s care and living arrangements, it can be harder to navigate the fine line between them to reach a solution.  Rachel Turner, who is joint head of our mental health and capacity team, and Andrew Bowmer, who is an associate solicitor in our community care team, often help families to secure appropriate packages of care for their relatives in cases before the Court of Protection. 

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Rachel Turner

Joint Managing Partner
Joint Head of Mental Health & Capacity Department

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