Deputyship

Loss of mental capacity

When a person loses his or her mental capacity, a deputy has to be appointed in order to manage that person’s affairs. Major problems can arise when the main or sole breadwinner loses mental capacity suddenly, such as in a motor accident or illness or individuals suffer from special needs.

At IRB Law we have particular expertise in this area of law, and will be able to assist you in obtaining the necessary Court orders.

Please get in touch with us for a free initial consultation so we can better understand your situation and advise on potential next steps and likely costs involved.

Services including…

  • Mental Capacity Act
  • General advisory on Deputyship
  • Deputyship for special needs
  • Lasting Powers of Attorney

Why choose us?

  • Free initial consultation

Schedule a free, no obligation
discussion. We’ll let you know
your options and give you an
idea of cost quickly.

  • Qualified professionals

Lawyers in Singapore are regulated
by the Law Society to ensure standards
of professional conduct and qualification
are maintained.

  • Transparent, affordable fees

We believe legal services should
be affordable to all. We offer free
consultations and transparent,
fixed fee prices.

Potential fees for Deputyship

Please get in touch with us to discuss
your situation in more detail.

Our specialists in Deputyship

“Our greatest asset is our people.”

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Contact us today

We encourage you to reach out for a one-to-one chat about how we can help you or your company with any issues of law.

Call us:
+65 6298 2537

Visit any of our 3 offices:

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Head Office
117A, Jalan Sultan,
Singapore 199007

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116 Changi Road,
[email protected], #02-14
Singapore, 419718

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100 Jalan Sultan,
Sultan Plaza, #02-09/10
Singapore, 199001

Visit any of our 3 offices:

map

Head Office
117A, Jalan Sultan,
Singapore 199007

map

116 Changi Road,
[email protected], #02-14
Singapore, 419718

map

100 Jalan Sultan,
Sultan Plaza, #02-09/10
Singapore, 199001